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  1. Coin Alexis-Nihon et Lucien Thimens, adjacent aux sommets des bois-franc http://chateaudeville.ca/fr/
  2. Le terrain de la phase 2 collé à la phase 1 viens d'être barricadée et la construction semble pour être très bientôt. Ce projet est adjacent au projet Viva, peut être le groupe cholette veut prendre les concurrents de vitesse. Une chose est sûr, tout ce secteur se densifie rapidement.
  3. NJ's new monumental build revealed RMJM Hillier have unveiled their design for Vista Center, a new LEED Platinum office tower in Trenton, which will be the city’s largest commercial development in decades. At a time of economic crisis, this major investment will bring new jobs, revenue and an iconic tower to New Jersey’s Capital City. Trenton’s Planning Board unanimously approved the preliminary site plan in late 2008. Vista Center is a 25-storey, 700,000-square-foot Class A office building planned directly adjacent to the Trenton Transit Center, the second busiest train station on New Jersey’s Northeast Corridor, which runs from Boston to Washington. The transit-oriented development will include 12,000 sq ft of ground-level retail, a parking garage for more than 1,140 cars and two public art components – a plaza with a signature sculpture and lobby with a video art installation. The project is targeting a LEED Platinum certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. Sustainable features include roof-mounted solar panels, energy efficient lighting with daylight dimming to lower electric bills, high performance façades with low-e glazing to reduce heating and cooling expenses, storm water collection and low VOC interior finishes ensuring healthier air quality for occupants. The Trenton Transit Center, which is the final phase of a $75 million renovation program, is a major hub along the Northeast Corridor, served by NJ Transit, AMTRAK, SEPTA and the NJ Riverline. The combination of four train lines and a location seconds from U.S. Route 1 provide exceptional connectivity to the region’s workforce. The concept for Vista Center emerged from a larger urban plan that envisions great potential for this area – adjacent to the Trenton Transit Center and within walking distance to Trenton’s historic neighborhoods, offices and cultural facilities. The tower and plazas will effectively fill in the gaps around the train station and provide pedestrian pathways. “The design aims to create a memorable gateway to the city that will attract people and businesses because they want to work in a building that is beautiful, healthy, energy-efficient, and you don’t need a car to get there,” says Sergio Coscia, RMJM architect and the project’s designer. “The City of Trenton and the developer are setting a wonderful example for the rest of the state and the region on the importance of investing in transit-oriented development and sustainable design.” http://www.worldarchitecturenews.com/index.php?fuseaction=wanappln.projectview&upload_id=11331
  4. DESCRIPTION DE CE PROJET Occupation Septembre 2011 Cet immeuble de 5 unités construit dans les années 30 sera entièrement rénové en conservant son cachet architectural. L'immeuble sera intégré au nouveau projet adjacent le ''Papineau et St-Grégoire'' Près de la rue Laurier http://www.idevco.ca/fr/5505-5513-papineau.html
  5. Bon on a manque les deux premiers phases sur la rue Cote-Vertu... voici la phase 3. http://www.jardins-montpellier.com/ La grue de loin: Les voisins avec un potentiel sur le terrain adjacent: On voit la grue du projet sur Deguire de loin: Ce qu'il y a autour:
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