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Nom: YUL
Hauteur en étages: 38, 38
Hauteur en mètres: 120
Coût du projet: 215 000 000,00$
Promoteur:  Groupe Brivia et Groupe Tianco
Architecte: Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux
Entrepreneur général:
Emplacement: phase 1 : angle du boulevard René-Lévesque et de Lucien L'Allier
Début de construction: Novembre 2014
Fin de construction:
Site internet: http://www.destinationyul.com/fr
Page Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/YULCentreville/
Lien webcam: http://www.devisubox.com/dv/dv.php5?pgl=Project/interface&dv_pjv_sPjvName=yul_condo
Autres informations:
Deux tours de 38 étages et des maisons en rangée. La Maison Louis Hippolyte Lafontaine sera restaurée, Ouverture du bureau des ventes prévue pour juin 2013, Aménagement de "grands" espaces verts et une piscine, enclavés entre les immeubles.
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Aperçu artistique du projet: 

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Maquette: 

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compare those numbers to Toronto's (close to)500,000 and Vancouver's (over)400,000. Asian investors pick Toronto and Vancouver, Montreal isn't even on their radar, it's delusional to think otherwise. Like I posted at the start this project should have been launched 3 years ago

 

Ok - but what does that have to do with you making an absurb statement that Montreal's chinese community is in decline?

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Better late then never ... Maybe due to the success of other projects this firm sees potential

 

how successful are the other projects? try combining the unsold units from Icone,Peterson,Tom, Roccabella and Avenue and you get a number in the hundreds ( that's not even mentioning all the unsold Griffintown condos) the only runaway success has been the tour Canadien which is more of a "gimmick" project

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how successful are the other projects? try combining the unsold units from Icone,Peterson,Tom, Roccabella and Avenue and you get a number in the hundreds ( that's not even mentioning all the unsold Griffintown condos) the only runaway success has been the tour Canadien which is more of a "gimmick" project

 

Don't forget that these towers won't be ready until at least 3 years and people, during those 3 years, will shop for a condo too. Plus, sales offices of these towers have been opened not even a year yet which is very short. Since most of the buyers will leave in the tower (compared to Vancouver or Toronto where it's more investors), I think the sales are incredibles.

 

 

En tout cas, si ce projet se réalise, le Boul. René Lévesques sera méconnaissable dans 3-4 ans avec toutes ces nouvelles tours, je capote !! J'ai un bon feeling pour celui-ci en voyant que la stratégie de Marketing est vraiment différente des autres projets, on pourrait être surpris par le succès de ce projet.

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I agree I was incorrect about it being in decline, on the other hand its certainly not growing like crazy, total numbers are about 75,000 compare that to Montreal's Italian community of 250,000 or Haitian 100,000 or arab 120,000

 

 

Ok you seem to like posting meaningless numbers - but investment from China in Quebec exceeds investment from Italy, Haiti, and Mahgreb combined. Even if it is not at the scale of Toronto or Vancouver, there are many Chinese nationals looking for investment opportunities in Montreal or even temporary residence. There is only one project here (this one) that is directly targeting that select group, and that will be only one aspect of a generalized marketing campaign. They are looking to get between 50-75 investors from Asia, what's the big deal. Why are you freaking out and bashing this project based on your own bias which I already proved to you was wrong.

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I'm not freaking out,I just don't see how they're going to find buyers for another 38 floor tower just a block away from the 4 massive bell centre projects( combined over 160 floors of condos), I certainly hope I'm 100% wrong (plus add the Universe project 45 floors which should go on sale in the summer) we'll see what happens this summer,it could turnout to be a smashing success

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compare those numbers to Toronto's (close to)500,000 and Vancouver's (over)400,000. Asian investors pick Toronto and Vancouver, Montreal isn't even on their radar, it's delusional to think otherwise. Like I posted at the start this project should have been launched 3 years ago

 

 

Why are you arguing with it?

You don't need to be Chinese to buy a place there...

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mtldrp:

 

C'est quoi l'esti de gros capotage? C'est pas parce qu'il y a plus de Chinois à Toronto et Vancouver que les investisseurs de la Chine vont JAMAIS vouloir diversifier leurs portefeuille! Montréal est plus abordable que Toronto et Vancouver et le marché est bon. Après avoir massivement investi les 2 autres villes, ils peuvent très bien s'apercevoir qu'il y a aussi de bonnes affaires à réaliser plus à l'est du Canada!

 

Pis les tours vendent bien. Ça fait 1 an que les projets sont en vente pis la construction de plusieurs commencent d'ici quelques semaines! Tu penses que ces promoteurs sont tous des rêveurs sans aucune assise dans la réalité? À voir la quantité de projets lancés (et des nouveaux officialisés comme écrit ce matin dans La Presse - Hôtel Maritime et Point Zero par ex.), ç'a pas mal plus l'air que c'est toi qui nage dans les patates. Tu penses que tu vois plus clair qu'eux? Va leur dire, génie.

 

Arrête donc de bullshiter mtlrdp! Enlève tes lunettes grises de cynique maladif.

 

:biting:

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