Exclusive Old Montreal Loft for Rent
643 William Street Montreal, Quebec H3C 4C9, Canada.
1 Bedroom (WL121)
From $115 / night
Magnificent 3½ open plan loft-like with a closed bedroom. Located directly in the highly sought Old Montreal/Old Port, the McGill West LOFTS are across the Place D’Youville and the magnificent McGill Street, between St. Paul and De La Commune. You will be at the foot of the action, while enjoying unparalleled tranquility due to its strategic location!
– Located on the RDC.
– Private and intimate terrace
– 9.6 feet concrete ceilings
– Central A/C
– Lots of integrated storage
– Closed room for more privacy
– Separate kitchen from the dining room
– Training gym on site
– Concierge service and security
– Large private and secure storage space in the basement
– Excellent management of complex made by Laucandrique, recognized experts that ensures peace of mind!
Old Montreal Loft for Rent: With buses and metros nearby, along with the best restaurants, cultural events, and street fests organized in the area, you will have everything you need to fill your planner. Your days (and evenings!) will be full!
The McGill West residential project was built in 2006. This 10-story building was inspired by boutique hotels. Great entrance hall, bar-salon/reception room, winter gardens with fountain. Central air conditioning. The warehouse style condo units have beautiful exposed concrete columns and high ceilings, Huge windows with awnings. Exercise room, billiards room. Concierge service, two high speed elevators, security system with intercom and camera. Indoor parking. Prime location in Old Montreal, just steps from the Station d’Youville and the Old Port, Place de la Bourse and the Quartier International du Commerce.
EnVille’s staff is available 7 days a week. If you have any queries regarding your apartment or you simply want suggestions of places to go, we are there to help you! Come enjoy your new home away from home and the exciting Montreal nightlife. Reserve now!Download Brochure
- Key Features
- 1 double bed
- Garden View
- Washer / dryer
- 564 ft²
- 04:00 PM
- 10:00 AM
- Payment Options
Rental are 30 days minimum. All our prices are in Canadian dollars. We accept:
- Credit Cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Dinners Club)
- Bank Wire
- Cancellation Policy
There will be no charges for cancellation received ten (14) days prior to arrival. For cancellations received within ten (14) days of scheduled arrival, a charge of one (1) full month rent will be applied.
- Extra Furniture
Fees applicable for: crib, high chair, extra bed, extra parking, etc.
Pets are not permitted in this apartment.
This is a non-smoking apartment.
- Apartment Features
- Flat screen TV
- Blu-ray player
- Cable TV
- Air Conditioning
- Stove / Oven
- Refrigerator / Freezer
- Microwave oven
- Coffee Machine
- Kitchen utensils
- Vacuum cleaner
- Washer / Dryer
- Ironing board
- Smoke detector
- Biweekly housekeeping ($)
- Property Amenities
- 24 hours security
- Bike storage
- Building elevator
Photo: Old Port – Montreal
Montreal’s Old Port & Old Montreal, true European charm
Once considered the economic and cultural center of Montreal, the Old Port is the historical heart of the city and is one of the most visited locations in Quebec. Located on the North bank of the St. Lawrence River, the Old Port stretches over 2 km (over a mile), parallel to Old Montreal. Among the main attractions are:
- The Clock Beach (la plage de l’Horloge) in Summer, with its beautiful sandy beach;
- The museums, public squares, and the markets;
- The majestic Notre-Dame Basilica;
- The cobblestone streets and historical buildings erected in the neighborhood;
- The numerous trendy bars and restaurants;
Truly at the crossroads of North America and Europe, Montreal is unlike any other metropolis. Cosmopolitan and vibrant, it leaves a delightful mark on its visitors. Whether it is for a short term stay or a longer one, the city is full of activities and events to discover year-round.
Montreal, like its residents, is both welcoming and friendly. Life in the ity follows the seasons, with summers rich in celebrations and an atmosphere favorable to relaxation, it will be impossible to remain indifferent.
What are some things to do in Montreal? See our non-exhaustive list that includes some must-do tips so you can truly discover what the city offers!
Mount Royal Park
The lungs of the city! The belvederes are ideally located at the top of Mount Royal and offer a breathtaking view of Downtown. In addition to the trails for hiking fans, the park has numerous attractions, such as Beaver Lake, historical monuments, and cultural events like Tam-Tams. The latter activity takes place during the summer and attracts party enthusiasts at the foot of the George-Étienne Cartier Monument.
It’s the symbol of the city and its unique architecture can be seen even before landing in Montreal! The Olympic Park was the home of the 1976 Olympic Games and to this day continues to offer must-see sights: the Tour du Parc (Park Tower), considered to be the highest inclined tower in the world, the Olympic Stadium, the park’s esplanade, which regularly houses cultural events, etc.
The Place des Arts
Strategically located in the heart of Montreal, it is the largest cultural complex in Canada. The complex is made up of 5 theatres including the renowned Maisonneuve Theatre. For fans of summer festivals, it is the place to be. The number of Montrealers turning up for the events is always impressive!
Other Montreal attractions
The city has so many places to (re) discover that it is hard to create an exhaustive list. Montreal has so much to offer its visitors! Among the other attractions, we can recommend:
- The Jean-Talon Market, in the heart of Little Italy. It is one of the largest open air market in North America;
- Sainte-Catherine Street, the longest shopping street in Canada with over 1,200 shops;
- The Montreal underground network, with its buildings, shops, and 33 km (over 20 miles) of connecting tunnels;
- The Botanical Gardens, with 75 hectares of land and a collection of 22,000 plant species;
- The Plateau Mont-Royal neighborhood, with its restaurants, bars, and cultural events;
- Saint-Joseph’s Oratory and its interior 60 m dome, the 3rd largest in the world;
- Museums: Museum of Modern Arts, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Grévin Museum, etc. Montreal is definitely a major cultural center;
- The Gay Village and its trendy bars as well as its many theatres;
And much more! Discover the Old Port & Old Montreal Area’s most popular sights and top things to do. Check our Blog!