Unity I


The Unity Building, regarded as innovative at the time of its construction (in 1913) due to its use of natural sunlight, was designated a historical monument in the late 20th Century. The builders won an award from the "Tresors of Montreal" for preserving the architectural heritage of Montreal when they converted the edifice into high-loft Modern European style condominium homes with enormous windows, high ceilings, hardwood floors, kitchen cabinets imported from Italy and modern bathrooms. Both the Unity 1 and Unity 2 projects are strategically located near Square Victoria, where Downtown Montreal meets Old Montreal.