MONTREAL, April 5 /CNW Telbec/ - Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie borough has
given its approval to Phase 2 of the Cité-Nature housing complex.
Council cleared the issuance of the construction permit, yesterday
evening, at the borough's public meeting.
Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie borough's decision to allow the issuance of
the construction permit for Cité-Nature's Phase 2 follows Quebec
Superior Court Justice Louis Lacoursière's recent decision not to grant
to the Olympic Village Tenants Association an interim order against the
City of Montreal and the said borough to stop the project.
The construction of Phase 1 will be completed in September 2011 and
Phase 2 should be completed according to schedule.
These new condominiums are being developed on the lands adjacent to the
Olympic Village pyramids in Montreal along the golf course. The first
phase of this development consists of an 11 floor building containing
146 condominium units. The second phase consists of a fourteen-storey
building with 166 units. Located adjacent to De Maisonneuve Park and
the Botanical Gardens of Montreal, surrounded by landscaped gardens and
a bicycle path that connects to the existing network, the all-concrete
structures have been designed to blend in with their surroundings. The
buildings are also designed to preserve their natural setting.
Sales for Phase 1 and Phase 2 have been outstanding. Of the 146 units
located in Phase 1, only 5 suites are available. Over 60 % of the
condominiums in Phase 2 are already sold.
SOURCE Elad Canada
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