Inventors of round perforation film, brothers Auguste and Louis Lumière symbolize passion and ingenuity.
Phase 1 : now selling
Phase 2: launch in spring 2021
The Auguste & Louis Condominiums project pays tribute to this luminous historical and cultural heritage – standing on the iconic site of the CBC/Radio-Canada tower in the heart of the historic Faubourgs neighbourhood.
Auguste & Louis Condominiums was conceived and developed by lauded architecture and design firm Provencher_Roy. It’s a project that cherishes innovation, culture and nature. Living in Auguste & Louis Condominiums means being part of an innovative project in a neighbourhood undergoing a total transformation. The project unites tradition and modernity, warmth and ingenuity, and it invites you to enter a new era.
Be part of a truly avant-garde, inclusive community. A place where it’s possible to create your dream lifestyle.
Your brilliant story begins here. Welcome to Auguste & Louis Condominiums.
Auguste & Louis Condominiums is a new real estate development that’s rising in the heart of the Quartier des lumières. This rapidly expanding district has received the highest level of Fitwel® certification – a first in Canada, making the health and well-being of individuals a top priority. So it’s no surprise the development is popular among buyers and its units are among the most coveted in the city!
Auguste & Louis Condominiums unites two architectural universes to create a project that’s as impressive as it is intimate. It was conceived to blend into the urban landscape while creating a living space that’s bright and pleasant. The project features a variety of materials, high-quality finishes and plentiful green spaces. It’s everything future residents need to pursue a carefree lifestyle centred on well-being.
An environment designed to respond to your needs. Auguste & Louis Condominiums is that and so much more.
Auguste and Louis Lumière are considered the fathers of the big screen. Known as the Lumière brothers, they’re the inventors of round perforation film. They played a key role in the history of film and photography through their invention of the cinematograph. In 1896 in Montreal, the two French inventors organized the first motion picture projection in Canada, allowing us to experience the silver screen for the very first time.