Located in the heart of Griffintown, Brickfields was designed to reflect how its neighbourhood has a foot in the past and an eye on the future. Imagined in a way that pays tribute to the area's heritage, the building incorporates elements celebrating that which came before it, such as Keegan House, which has been moved and is now one of the building's iconic features.
Brickfields is a small multi-purpose tower comprising commercial space, offices and residential units in independent sections, each with its own separate entrance. At Brickfields, we want to make way for the future while celebrating the past by providing residents and entrepreneurs with bold intimate spaces that celebrates humanity.
32 very distinctive homes
- Mixed project comprising residential units, condominium office spaces and commercial spaces
- Intimate and refined atmosphere, thanks to separate and completely independent entrances for residential, office and commercial
- Beautiful, unobstructed views for all residential units, starting at the 7th floor
- A conscious and timeless architecture, which speaks to the many sides of Griffintown
- Built with respect for the area’s heritage, the project pays tribute to it by integrating testaments to the past, such as the Keegan House, which was moved and then integrated as the building’s centrepiece
- Project located at the gate of Griffintown
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Centuries of history
Built in 1825, Keegan House is the oldest residence in Griffintown. Today, it enjoys new life and has been repurposed into Brickfield’s majestic lobby. Keegan House is an important symbol of Montreal’s Irish heritage and a nod to the past that beautifully enriches the Brickfields project.