1 bedroom
1 bathroom

Landlord’s comments

These family-friendly apartments are located in a quiet residential area of Ville St. Laurent.

Features:
Suites include a fridge, stove and balcony.

Amenities:
Complexe Deguire is a group of three concrete buildings with elevators and laundry facilities in the basement level.

Community:
Complexe Deguire is situated in a residential and commercial area of the municipality of St. Laurent, which is located at the heart of the Island of Montreal.

St. Laurent has preserved the character of its old neighborhoods while also developing modern residential areas.

To the south of the building is Côte-Vertu Boulevard and Jules Poitras Boulevard intersection. Complexe Deguire is located near Marché Central and just a few minutes from downtown by the local metro station and at the intersection of major thoroughfares.

Water, heat and electricity are not included in the rent. Indoor parking stalls are available for $80 per month per stall. Outdoor parking stalls are available for $50 per month per stall.

Lease terms:
Minimum 1-year leases.

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Some prices may be higher depending on suite characteristics. Information posted, including suite availability, rental rates and incentives are subject to change without notice. Suites and floor plans may not be as shown. Some conditions apply. Rental rates listed are net and include current incentives when applicable.

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3 1/2 (1 bedroom) for rent

No. 780886

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