InterRent life

625 Milton

625 Milton Street

From
$1499
Highlight

Parking

Indoor Parking: $220 / month

Utilities

  • Water

Walk Score

98
86
93

Overview

At 625 Milton, students and young professionals will find themselves in the heart of Montreal's bustling downtown, just a brief two-minute stroll from the esteemed McGill University. This 18-story community offers excellent views, and fully renovated suites along with an unbeatable location. Explore the world's largest underground shopping complex with a short walk down Rue University or indulge in the numerous dining options nearby. Combining remarkable amenities with an exceptional location, 625 Milton is unquestionably the ideal place to call home. 625 Milton features incredible amenities, including an indoor pool and a rooftop terrace with stunning views. Plus, you'll have easy access to renowned nearby attractions like the Montréal Eaton Center, Starbucks, the Pollack Concert Hall, Mont-Royal, and more, making every day an adventure.

Availability at

625 Milton

All Beds
All Dates

625 Milton - Plan E

From
$1499
Available Now
1 Bd
1 Ba
370 sqft

625 Milton - Plan D

From
$1699
at 2024-06-30
1 Bd
1 Ba
525 sqft

625 Milton - Plan B

From
$1719
at 2024-03-31
1 Bd
1 Ba
510 sqft

625 Milton - Plan F

From
$1999
Available Now
1 Bd
1 Ba
437 sqft

Amenities

Suite Amenities

Air Conditioning Unit
Balcony
Dishwasher in Select Suites
In-Suite Laundry in Select Suites
Fridge and Stove
Laminate Flooring

Community Amenities

Pet Friendly
Newly Renovated
24-Hour Emergency Service
Bicycle Storage
Elevator
Fitness Centre
Indoor Pool
Laundry Facility
Community Room
Resident Portal
Rooftop Terrace
Video Surveillance

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Google Reviews

Duc C. Nguyên
Duc C. Nguyên
a month ago
L’art magnétique, 2022 by Marc Séguin Inspired by the mystical and supernatural intention that has always accompanied and transcended Riopelle’s art, artist Marc Séguin wished to remain faithful to the enchantment and balance of intention and instinct that characterized his work. The bird represents both the migratory bird, which served as a metaphor to embody and become the symbol of Riopelle’s migrations, of territories and lives; the white goose, which sees the world differently (from the sky), to ensure its progress; the bird of the north, which survives by following an invisible magnetic route, far from the defined and reassuring beacons.
Carlos Dams
Carlos Dams
a month ago
Good so far and location is great, a little bit expensive though. The pool and terrace are nice. Paola was very helpful while showing us the appartment and explaining us how everything works as we were newcomers in Montreal
Alisa Meng
Alisa Meng
5 months ago
I booked a virtual tour from the CLV website and it quickly got arranged. Annamaria Baronello is my agent and she added me on WeChat to send me some videos since I was not in Canada at that point. She is really nice, responsible, and efficient with all my inquiries and problems despite me being away from Montreal! All in all, I had a pretty good experience and definitely would recommend it to other McGill students who are looking for an apartment. Also, I think it’s really great that I can drill holes and put nails on the wall to hang my artwork. Not many buildings allow that :)