Meeting the Challenge of the Sol
With the Sol project, our challenge was to rethink standards and enliven the common areas. The Clairoux Real Estate Development team focused on the corridor and lobby design. Everything had to be unique and highlight the identity of the Sol and its owners. We did this by creating trompe l’oeil effects with paintings that alter perspectives and redefine spatial volumes. The end result is bold, dynamic and resolutely urban.
The second part of our mission was to develop a specific identity for the project. To get there, our designers chose attractive products from Quebec. Riobel plumbing, Tafisa and Uniboard melamine, and Caesarstone quartz countertops all contribute to the units’ modern yet timeless look.
Subsequently, we assisted each buyer in selecting finishes for their unit. The Clairoux team’s extensive, first-hand knowledge of construction sites, architecture and materials earned the buyers’ trust.
An urban project
Located on the edge of the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district, the Sol condominium project is part of the neighbourhood’s revitalization. Built on 4 floors, there are 103 studio condos and 3 ½-, 4 ½- and 5 ½-room models. Built in three blocks, the building provides owners the peace of an inner courtyard. Near the subway, parks and bike paths, the Sol project is attracting first-time buyers who want to enjoy urban life.
Suppliers and Products
Riobel, Les Carreaux Métro, Barwood Pilon, EVI kitchens, Caesarstone
Between 475 and 1500 ft2
Types: Studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms
Similar projects by our team that are underway or have been completed
– Uni T-2 and 3