The Lowney project is a multi-phase development with
many addresses such as 350 de l'inspecteur, 400 de
l'Inspecteur, 1015 William and 950 Notre Dame West.
Originally a chocolate production factory in what was
the industrial district of Griffintown, the original
buildings have been refurbished and transformed into
residential condos with new phases being built from
scratch but still using the original Lowney name.
Whilst the original buyers came for the industrial
look with high ceilings and exposed bricks in the unit,
later owners bought into new construction with the
classic high end products one has come to expect from
new build in the 21st century such as engineered
hardwood floors, granite or quartz countertops, large
It should be noted that whilst the
newer phases are very well built, they bear little
resemblance to the original Lowney project.
one thing that all the buildings have in common aside
from the Lowney name and similar locations, are their
amenities. They all have good gyms, rooftop pools with
large terraces to give the opportunity for residents to
mingle as much as possible and get to know one another
which is always welcome in these otherwise anonymous
Most one bedroom units in any of the
Lowney phases are usually priced between $200,000 and
$300,000 with a few exceptions amongst larger units. Two
bedrroom units are rarer and should be found in the
$350,000 to $500,000 range.