Stu

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    Instructeur à Concordia. Deux ans à Montréal.
  • Location
    Saint-Constant, QC
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    Kayak, photographie
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    Professeur
  1. Stu

    ***Liste des projets proposés***

    Je n'ai pas vu de fil pour ça. Est-ce que quelqu'un sait où un projet de cette envergure pourrait être construit à Griffintown? ___________ https://renx.ca/devimco-plans-biggest-ever-3b-montreal-development/ Devimco Immobilier is planning a $3-billion project in the Griffintown area of Montreal, which would be the company’s biggest-ever development. It will be “an extremely exciting” mixed-use project that will surpass the Devimco-created Quartier Dix30 and Solar Uniquartier in size, Devimco president Serge Goulet told RENX. “It will be much bigger than Solar,” Goulet said during an interview at an event to unveil a 21-storey art installation at one of the company’s current projects. “It will be the biggest project Devimco has ever done.” Proposed development a TOD project Goulet said the proposed Montreal project will be a transit-oriented development (TOD). The city’s new automated light-rail train, the Réseau express métropolitain (REM), will run through Griffintown and the area will receive a Bassin Peel station. “What’s particular about this project is that it will be a job-creation hub,” he said. “Fifteen years ago, the anchor for major projects was the shopping centre.” The proposed project, however, will be an anchor for employment, he said, without providing further details. Devimco owns much of the site envisaged for the project, though it would require the demolition of existing buildings such as warehouses. Goulet said Devimco has submitted the project to Benoît Dorais, the mayor of Montreal’s Southwest borough. Discussions have to be held regarding zoning and other aspects of the project. “I have the impression that by the end of the year we’ll be able to announce it,” he said.