Built as as a pavillion for Expo '67, Habitat '67 has become an iconic architectural structure in Montreal.
TL;DR Here are photos of a unit which is currently available to sell at the iconic Habitat '67. The fully-renovated renovated 3-cube unit is currently selling for $1,395,000.
Designed by the Israeli/Canadian architect Moshe Safdie, the distinct brutalist style that characterizes this housing complex is unlike anything else in Montreal, making Habitat '67 a historical and architectural landmark not only for Montreal, but all of Canada.
The funky-looking housing complex is composed of 354 indentical concrete cubes which make up 146 residences in total.
Sadly, living in Habitat '67 is not cheap. No surprise here.
Currently two units are for sale. The most expensive of the two is going for $1,395,000.
This unit is comprised of three cubes and has been entirely renovated in full-blown luxury style, and even includes a stunning built-in solarium with a gorgeous view of the city and Saint-Lawrence river.
Here are some official photos, so you can gatch a glimpse of what lies inside this beautiful building.
Pretty swanky hun? If you're interested in checking out the high resolution pictures and also the "less expensive," two-cube unit which is going for $875,000, check out Robert Stephen Lefebvre Real Estate Broker's website HERE.