Commercial real estate: a winning trio that handles diversity

Recognized for helping to reduce financial risks, mixed-use housing projects are popular with Quebec developers. A glance at three projects in development.

Canoe wants to build 1,000 housing units in Hochelaga

The building of a 1,000 housing units’ residential park is studied by the Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district. If this project succeeds, the building housing the ProGym would be demolished.

Plans for the new Irénée-Lussier school unveiled

The new school will be located on Hochelaga Street, a few steps from ProGym, which is due to move this fall to allow construction of the Canoe project by builder Rachel-Julien, a residential park of 1,000 housing units.

Rachel Julien pitches $ 350M mixed-use Montreal development

Developer Rachel Julien plans to spend more than $ 350 million to build a 1,008-unit residential project near Montreal's Olympic Stadium that would be the developer's largest single project to date.

Canoe / Aedifica + Adhoc Architects / Architect of the year 2020

Aedifica + Adhoc Architects: Winner of Architect of the Year Awards 2020. Canoe is a major and inclusive property development project for the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough, located in the east end of Montreal.

Hochelaga-Maisonneuve: an housing complex valued at $350M

The ProGym facilities will be removed from their current location, in the neighbourhood of Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, to be replaced by a mixed housing complex valued at $350 million dollars.