Québec condominium targets LEED certification

Inspired by Scandinavian architecture, the Arborescence development in Québec will be built with natural materials. Photo courtesy KnightsBridge
Inspired by Scandinavian architecture, the Arborescence development in Québec will be built with natural materials.
Photo courtesy KnightsBridge

KnightsBridge is developing a series of condominiums on Bromont Mountain’s Kamloops Trail in Québec. The eco-friendly project titled Arborescence is aiming for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification and will be built in various phases, for a total of 260 units. The first phase will have 48 units and be delivered toward the end of 2019. The investment is evaluated at approximately $100 million.

With streamlined Scandinavian architecture, each unit will be built with natural materials and feature a gas fireplace, 3 to 4.5-m (9- to 15-ft) ceilings, superior soundproofing, and expansive windows to put the focus on nature. In addition to unobstructed views of the Eastern Townships, Arborescence will offer a range of amenities such as heated outdoor pool, hot tub, pond with dock, tennis and beach volleyball courts, and an outdoor fireplace.

ABCP Architecture has designed the development.

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