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Éléments d'en-tête de fil en gras dans l'article de Mtl Gazette. 👇

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Ste-Anne incumbent mayor Paola Hawa says the largest real estate development project in the city's history will be avant-garde and transformative.

Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue’s plan for a new seniors’ village near the Ste-Anne’s Hospital moved a step closer with a $12.5 million purchase agreement between the city and Dév Méta for more than five hectares of land  bordering Boulevard des Anciens-Combattants.

When realized in 2027, if all goes according to plan, the project will be comprised of four buildings [?] with 740 housing units, including residential rental units, condominiums, affordable housing, as well as a seniors’ residence.

The facilities will be accessible to people with reduced mobility.

The “eco-responsible” design of the development project will include public spaces, woodland conservation, community gardens and green roofs.

“The built and landscaped environment will be inspired by the surrounding agricultural context that highlights the presence of the Macdonald Farm and will remain rooted in the legacy of Canada’s veterans,” the city said.

Ste-Anne incumbent mayor Paola Hawa said the largest real estate development project in the city’s history will also be transformative.

“Once realized, this eco-responsible development model will undoubtedly become an example to follow for any new project in Quebec,” she said. “This promising project emerges from an avant-garde and holistic vision of urban development, for which we have worked very hard in recent years.”

The land adjacent to the hospital was transferred to the city in 2019 by the Quebec government as financial compensation for the transfer of the federally-operated Ste-Anne’s veterans’ hospital to the West Island health authority.

The construction of the new residential project should begin in the fall of 2022.

The city said the project, which represents a major investment of nearly $300 million, should take five years to complete.

C'est clair que la dernière station du REM dans le WI sera un aimant pour de nouveaux développements! 👀

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