A Luxe Tale of Two Cities

A Luxe Tale of Two Cities

A Luxe Tale of Two Cities

Luxury and real estate Montréal and New York are forever connected by geographical proximity
and old alliances. Their relationship is a tapestry of cultural interest and
mutual respect. New York and Montréal share a certain idea of what
constitutes luxe and of the importance of artistic and culinary culture.
Our new section will express this attraction, outlining what’s up on the
cultural scene and what’s trending in New York: A Luxe Tale of Two Cities.

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