Cité-Nature
Montreal, Quebec

The residential project Cité Nature, is situated on the grounds neighbouring the Olympic Village, next to Maisonneuve Park and the municipal golf course. The project pays particular attention to the reduction of its ecological footprint by preserving its fully grown Redwood trees and respecting its natural surroundings. The project is framed by a sumptuous landscape with a multi-functional path linked to an existing network for cycling, walking as well as cross-country skiing and rollerblading aficionados.

The first phase of Cité Nature consists of one 11-storey building comprising 174 condominiums. This first phase will be part of a complex that will count for approximately 1,400 condominium units in total.

Initially, approximately 920 units will be spread over five buildings ranging from 10 to 14 floors, built in proximity to de L’Assomption Boulevard. Thereafter, three buildings ranging from 9 to 14 floors, comprising of approximately 400 units, are anticipated in close proximity to Viau Street. A total of 860 pieces were produced to clad 77,000 ft2 of the building. The project has been undertaken in three phases with phase 1 starting in 2012 and the final phase being completed in 2013.

Owner:
Architect:
Béique Legault Thuot Architectes
Project Description:
14 storey, 162 unit residential building
Engineer:
Contractor:
EBC Inc.
Precast Supplier:
BPDL Bétons Préfabriqués du Lac Inc.
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