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Plans for Pointe-Claire eyesore in Valois Village

By Amanda Kelly

Global News


MONTREAL – Pointe-Claire could soon be getting a long-awaited economic shot in the arm in the Valois district.



Global News has learned there are three to four interested parities to buy an abandoned building on Donegani Avenue next to the Sources Boulevard overpass.



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The restructuring company Richter has confirmed that both residential and commercial developers are involved in purchasing negotiations.



No amounts are being released but Raymond Massi of Richter has confirmed that the numbers were significantly higher than the assessed value of more than $1.6 million.



Richter has been appointed by the commercial division of the Quebec Superior Court to sell the property by the end of November.



But Massi thinks a sale could occur within the next several months.



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The building has been boarded up and abandoned for years.



The mayor of Pointe-Claire wasn’t aware serious buyers had stepped forward but he’s thrilled with the news.



“If somebody is interested in purchasing that property and they want to develop it we’re very happy,” Morris Trudeau said.



“It would obviously help the area because it’s a depressed corner and it’s the window to Pointe-Claire when you arrive from the Montreal airport. To run into a building like that is just unacceptable.”



© Shaw Media, 2014

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