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Emplacement : 1810, rue des Bassins
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Hauteur en mètres : 25 mètres maximum selon le PPU
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Promoteur : Omnia technologies / Claridge
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Le terrain a été vendu en mai selon le registre foncier (pour 20 M$ selon une source)

L'adresse postale correspond à l'entreprise Omnia Technologies, la même entreprise qui a acheté le terrain de la Maison Benoit-Labre sur Young
C'est le promoteur du Enticy et du Centra, et du Snowdon.

Selon le PPU, la hauteur max de ce terrain est de 25 mètres (8 étages).
Usages permis : Résidentiel (H.6), Commercial (C.2c) et Industriel (I.3)
Ça pourrait p-ê changer avec les consultations pour Griffintown Ouest

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Il y a 14 heures, Rocco a dit :

À l'heure des Facebook, Instagram et autres, il est devenu facile de s'organiser en groupe avec ses voisins pour demander un référendum. C'était beaucoup plus difficile avant. Maintenant on rallie tout le monde à sa cause dans le temps de le dire et on s'auto convainc que notre logique est bonne et bam, la ville ou le promoteur doit reculer. Cette façon de faire de permettre au citoyen de s'opposer par référendum n'a plus sa place, et à l'avenir va mettre énormément de bâtons dans les roues du développement de la ville. Il est temps de revoir la façon de faire, car le citoyen lambda (pour ne pas dire épais) commence à avoir trop de pouvoirs.

Est-ce une mise en abîme? À lire vos propos M. Rocco je ne peux m'empêcher de croire que vous faîtes parti, à votre manière, d'une de ces tranche de citoyens que vous êtes si prompt à qualifier "d'épais".

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"Les tours de 20 étages n'ont pas leur place dans un quartier résidentiel comme celui-ci" dixit un citoyen lambda pour ne pas dire.... La tour de coop H3C (la beige drabe) à côté a pratiquement 20 étages, la tour à condo des Bassin du Havre a 20 étages, et le nouveau Bass 5 aura 20 étages. Tous à moins de 500m. Ce pauvre citoyen qui va probablement perdre sa vue ne sait même pas de quoi il parle mais il vocifère... Bravo champion! 

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And the other shoe drops.  Tellement prévisible.  PM rend vraiment pas la vie facile au promoteurs.  Le commentaire qui en dit long est que ça fait trois ans qui ça traîne et le promoteur est écœuré.   

https://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/citizen-protest-halts-plans-for-20-storey-condo-along-lachine-canal

 

Citizen protest halts plans for 20-storey condo along Lachine Canal

Griffintown residents overturned the borough's decision to grant an exemption to the zoning bylaw that limits building heights.

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Linda Gyulai  •  Montreal Gazette

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Apr 08, 2022  •  11 hours ago  •  2 minute read  •   Join the conversation

"A group of us showed that citizen involvement can work," said one organizer of the neighbourhood's protest against the zoning exemption. PHOTO BY PIERRE OBENDRAUF /Montreal Gazette

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Citizens have thwarted the construction of a 20-storey condo tower that was planned along the Lachine Canal.

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The Sud-Ouest borough, which had supported the 295-unit development by Omnia Technologies Inc., announced on Friday that council members are now refusing a zoning exemption and change to the urban plan for Griffintown that would have permitted a building up to 60 metres tall on the site of the former Lucky Luc horse stables on Bassins St., between Richmond Ave. and Seigneurs St.

“I’m very happy,” said Louise Bédard, one of the people who organized the neighbourhood’s protest against the zoning exemption, on Friday. Most buildings along the same side of the canal are eight storeys.

“In the past two weeks, a group of us showed that citizen involvement can work.”

Opponents said the project would obscure views of Mount Royal, overshadow the canal’s industrial heritage and set a precedent for more 20-storey towers.

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Bédard said she learned Friday that the borough had received a record number of letters opposed to the project. Residents also staged a protest at the site on Tuesday.

Bédard said she and two other residents were invited to a meeting on Friday with councillor Craig Sauvé and borough mayor Benoit Dorais’s chief of staff, Julie Bélanger, where they were told the news. Dorais was not present, Bédard said.

In a statement posted later on his Facebook page, Dorais announced that borough council members had rejected the project. The council is dominated by Mayor Valérie Plante’s Projet Montréal party.

“If the Sud-Ouest council agreed to present this particular project to the population, it is because we saw the possibility of reaping significant positive spinoffs for the district,” Dorais wrote. Projects that are at variance with zoning regulations “make it possible to negotiate spinoffs, requirements not otherwise permitted, or even to go further in the demands of the neighbourhood,” he wrote.

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However, Dorais added, “upon reading the public consultation report, which the elected officials have reviewed, we find that the population did not share this opinion. We have heard you and respect the will that has been expressed.”

In exchange for the zoning exemption, Omnia Technologies had offered to construct a building with 50 social housing units on William St. and build a park and public passageway on its land near the tower.

Jean-François Beaulieu, president of Omnia Technologies, said on Friday he was unaware of the borough’s decision.

“We proposed a project that had been asked for by the city,” he said. “It was the city that suggested 20 storeys. They don’t want to do it anymore. I’m just tired of waiting. We bought the land three years ago.”

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Beaulieu’s company doesn’t require borough approval to build a residential project that conforms to existing regulations. The urban plan allows 25 metres or eight storeys, while the zoning bylaw permits 20 metres or six storeys.

Asked whether he would still build 50 social housing units, Beaulieu said that was off the table.

“If we build a project as of right now, we won’t build social housing,” he said. Under the city’s new housing bylaw, a developer can make a financial contribution in lieu of building social housing units.

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