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Parlant de contribuer, je dois confirmer avec mes sources, mais j'aurais quelques surprises à vous dévoiler sur le forum dans les prochains jours!

 

Il se passe des choses à Montréal ces temps-ci. C'est vraiment excitant je vous jure!:D

 

 

Dude! Tu ne peux pas nous faire ça! Il faut que tu nous donnes un petit indice...quelque chose pour nous occuper jusqu'à ce que tu nous donnes nos "cadeaux"!!! ;);)

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Mise à jour de la carte Griffintown -- j'ai ajouté le Griffin sur Murray.

http://mtlurb.com/forums/showthread.php?t=17042

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Mise à jour de la carte Griffintown -- j'ai ajouté le Griffin sur Murray.

http://mtlurb.com/forums/showthread.php?t=17042

While you're at it, you can add this one!

 

Bon moi si j'ai bien compris je suis passé par là une semaine après tout le monde.

 

 

Ce n’est pas grave! C'est les vacances de la construction!

 

 

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Cette composante de la brasserie DOW a été érigée en 1924-25 et n'a rien a envier aux édifices à bureaux montréalais de son époque (architecte; Louis A. Amos)

 

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L'édifice est beaucoup moin sinistre avec ses murs ravalés, j'ai hâte de voir le résultat final

 

 

 

http://mtlurb.com/forums/showthread.php?t=14210

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Worried about rising rent

 

Residents support low-cost housing

 

By BEATRICE FANTONI, The Gazette August 31, 2010

 

Revitalizing Griffintown may be necessary, but some residents are worried the new condominiums, office spaces and stores will make rents in the neighbourhood too expensive for people on low incomes.

 

Although the city requires new housing developments to include low-cost or subsidized housing, several participants at a meeting last night said co-operative and nonprofit housing is not easy to come by in Montreal.

 

"The (residents) don't have money to pay (market rents)," said Elma Salkanovic, who came to Griffintown three years ago and lives near St. Jacques and Guy Sts.

 

"My corner's really nice," Salkanovic said, but other parts of the neighbourhood are much less safe.

 

The new private development projects are a positive thing for the neighbourhood and things are slowly getting better, she said. She would like to stay in the neighbourhood, but an apartment in a co-operative is more affordable, she said.

 

An 85-unit housing co-operative is proposed for land a block away from Devimco's District Griffin, at the corner of Wellington and Murray Sts. (The housing project is actually meant to satisfy the city's affordable housing requirements of the eighth phase of the Lowney lofts development, which brought 200 new housing units to the neighbourhood.)

 

About 40 people from the neighbourhood -but mostly from outside Griffintown - came to hear how they could get in on this possible project, which, if approved, could be built by fall 2012.

 

Many said it's important for the neighbourhood to be revitalized, but the process is happening too quickly, and could cut some residents out in the long run.

 

"We need to get something going in this city," said Derek Robertson, a member of the board of the affordable-housing rights group POPIR, who lives west of Griffintown in St. Henri. But, he added, a lot of the development in Griffintown is happening very quickly, and the projects seem disconnected from each other. While new condos are being built, so are highways and other infrastructure, he said.

 

Rising property taxes are making it very difficult for people on lower incomes to afford their homes, he added.

 

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C'est pas le 900 ou le 701, mais c'est quand meme un projet de plus pour la carte de Cataclaw.

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Haha! C'est bon c'est bon. Puisque je pars demain pour Détroit et que je ne reviens que lundi prochain, je vais vous donner la première surprise que j'ai à vous offrir!

 

Contrairement à "l'habitude", je considère que je vous offre le meilleur au début! Ne vous attendez pas à plusieurs autres annonces du genre par contre! Malgré que...;):silly:

 

Marriott Courtyard Hotel - 40 étages

http://mtlurb.com/forums/showthread.php?p=96818#post96818

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Worried about rising rent

 

Residents support low-cost housing

 

By BEATRICE FANTONI, The Gazette August 31, 2010

 

Revitalizing Griffintown may be necessary, but some residents are worried the new condominiums, office spaces and stores will make rents in the neighbourhood too expensive for people on low incomes.

 

Although the city requires new housing developments to include low-cost or subsidized housing, several participants at a meeting last night said co-operative and nonprofit housing is not easy to come by in Montreal.

 

"The (residents) don't have money to pay (market rents)," said Elma Salkanovic, who came to Griffintown three years ago and lives near St. Jacques and Guy Sts.

 

"My corner's really nice," Salkanovic said, but other parts of the neighbourhood are much less safe.

 

The new private development projects are a positive thing for the neighbourhood and things are slowly getting better, she said. She would like to stay in the neighbourhood, but an apartment in a co-operative is more affordable, she said.

 

An 85-unit housing co-operative is proposed for land a block away from Devimco's District Griffin, at the corner of Wellington and Murray Sts. (The housing project is actually meant to satisfy the city's affordable housing requirements of the eighth phase of the Lowney lofts development, which brought 200 new housing units to the neighbourhood.)

 

About 40 people from the neighbourhood -but mostly from outside Griffintown - came to hear how they could get in on this possible project, which, if approved, could be built by fall 2012.

 

Many said it's important for the neighbourhood to be revitalized, but the process is happening too quickly, and could cut some residents out in the long run.

 

"We need to get something going in this city," said Derek Robertson, a member of the board of the affordable-housing rights group POPIR, who lives west of Griffintown in St. Henri. But, he added, a lot of the development in Griffintown is happening very quickly, and the projects seem disconnected from each other. While new condos are being built, so are highways and other infrastructure, he said.

 

Rising property taxes are making it very difficult for people on lower incomes to afford their homes, he added.

 

[email protected]

 

C'est pas le 900 ou le 701, mais c'est quand meme un projet de plus pour la carte de Cataclaw.

 

Donc on parle de la Phase 8 du Lowney et non d'un nouveau projet ?

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