Set your sights higher on the Kamloops run

To celebrate spring and our mountain refuge condo project, we’ve carefully installed 100 bird’s nests on the trees along the Kamloops run at Bromont Mountain. It’s a great example of KnightsBridge’s commitment to the environment. The birdhouses we made in collaboration with the woodworking shop New Liverpool and designs by JesK.

“Instead of putting up signs to advertise Arborescence, we wanted to do something unique, sustainable and environmentally friendly. We got tips from an ornithologist to ensure that the black-capped chickadees and house wrens would enjoy beautiful homes featuring one-of-a-kind architectural features—just like our condo units,”

– Simon Boyer, KnightsBridge Cofounder.

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Sunsets, raspberries and mountain condos!

We stopped by Arborescence’s Phase 1 construction site to snap a few pictures of the project.

Arborescence stands in solidarity with the Bromont community

Arborescence makes a $20,000 donation to Centre Marguerite-Dubois.

Arborescence Bromont selects Gestion Terrart as its prime contractor

Gestion Terrart will begin construction of the condos in March 2020.