They say it takes a village to raise a child. That it takes light, greenery and fresh air. Space so they can just be kids. Rain or shine. They say it takes a village with a tightly-knit community. Where the residents live at their own pace, in an environment where comfort and nature are being conjugated, in the present tense. This village, it exists, nearby. And it’s close to everything. Within a burgeoning neighbourhood, it’s a microcosm of our society. This village, is Tak.
TAK n.m. Swedish
Roof, comfort, sanctuary, home.
It is the warmth of the Scandinavian soul that inspired our village. A ‘ roof ’ under which it is good to live, to smile and to witness the creation of lasting memories.
TAK, a unique Village
- Condos, superposed townhouses, and Scandinavian-inspired townhouses;
- 262 units divided into 7 phases of various types;
- Condos with environmental considerations and superposed townhouses and townhouses aiming a Gold LEED certification;
- True beacon of peace consisting of 40% of parks and green spaces.
- Located within Rosemont-Angus area, next to the vibrant Masson street and its delicious restaurants, intimate cafés and local businesses. Next to grocery stores, pharmacies, schools, daycare centres and parks;
- Easily reachable by bike, bus, car or foot (80% walk score and 93% bike score) and located at a 20-minutes walking distance from Préfontaine metro station.
- 40% of the first phase already sold;
- Six-story concrete building with mezzanine;
- Units going from studio to three-bedroom condos;
- Prices starting at $185,000 (before taxes - including appliances)
- High-quality finishes including: engineered wood floors, exposed concrete ceilings for most of the unit, next-generation melamin cabinet with a contemporary design, and a variety of finishes options developed by interior design professionals;
- Access to many communal areas: Gym with a children’s play space, rooftop terrace with a design based on Scandinavian style with saunas and spa, lobby with space to work and an outside linear park;
- Underground parking spaces available ($)
Features shared by both townhouses and superposed townhouses:
- Four-story wooden structures, including basement;
- Proven superior quality isolation and soundproofing;
- Low-E windows maximizing solar gain, depending on the season;
- High 9 feet ceilings in the main living spaces;
- Smart locks at the main entrance;
- Radiating floors, air conditioning system and individual air exchange system;
- High-end indoor finishes
Are you more of a townhouse kind of person?
- Townhouses Phase 1 - 100% sold
- Large units with 3 to 4 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms over 4 floors, including a private garage in the basement;
- Two private terraces for each unit: One on ground level with planter boxes and wooden privacy screen and one on the third floor with planter boxes;
- Abundant fenestration for maximized light;
- Garage ready to receive an electric car charging station;
- Prices starting at $695,000, tax included
Or more of a superposed townhouse kind of person?
Gold LEED certification aimed;
- Large units with 3 bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms over 2 floors
- A covered parking space included with every unit with an outside parking space purchase option
- Private balcony or terrace with every unit furnished with planter boxes;
- Abundant fenestration for maximized light;
- 50% of the parking spaces are ready to receive electric car charging stations;
- Prices starting at $515,000, tax included
- Gold LEED certification aimed;
- SHOU-SUGI-BAN carbonized wood sidings, a sustainable, biodegradable material resulting from a manufacturing process that does not require the use of any chemical or toxic agent;
- Solar ready design for an easy future installation of solar panels;
- Urban heat islands reduction through white rooftops and more covered parking spaces;
- Choice of plants needing less watering and contribution to biodiversity by planting Quebec native trees, shrubs, and other plant material;
- Kitchen cabinets ready to receive a composting compartment to ease and encourage the setting up of new good practices;
- Construction favoring local materials;
- Sorting and recycling of discarded construction materials from the building site;
- Located near public transit (bus routes), active transportation installations (BIXI stations and bicycle paths) and community transportation services (Communauto stations)
- Two carsharing vehicles available for the exclusive use by residents.