17/01/2019

Construction to start in March

We’re pleased to announce that we recently received official approval for the Arborescence sustainable condo development. It’s an important milestone for us!

Construction of the first phase, which will have 48 units, will get started in March, with delivery scheduled for winter 2020. More than $100 million is being invested in the project, along with extensive efforts to ensure minimal impact on the local ecosystem and to preserve as much forest cover as possible.

“In our humble opinion, Arborescence is truly an exciting project for the Bromont community. Since Arborescence is all about providing unparalleled access to nature and the mountain, it was important for us to ensure that the development would integrate harmoniously in its surroundings and comply with municipal regulations. We consulted with the City every step of the way and would like to thank them for their valuable assistance and belief in our project,” said the Arborescence team.

The redevelopment of the multi-purpose trail on Divine Mountain, which had been the subject of public concern, will be included in the project. The City will relocate it at Arborescence’s expense. “The real estate developer was very cooperative,” said Bromont’s mayor Louis Villeneuve.

Boasting Scandinavian-inspired architecture and materials sourced in Quebec, Arborescence is intended to be a forest sanctuary where people can experience the best of all four seasons. The project will offer unobstructed views of the Eastern Townships and a comprehensive list of amenities to complement the natural surroundings, such as a heated outdoor pool and hot tub, tennis and beach volleyball courts, and a relaxation area with an outdoor fireplace.

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