Arborescence, a unique series of condominiums on the Kamloops trail of Quebec’s Bromont Mountain was officially launched by KnightsBridge, the real estate developer on 10th September 2018. First phase having 48 units of the total 260 units of this multi-stage project is expected to be delivered by the end of 2019. $100 million is the approximate investment evaluated for this project. KnightsBridge aims LEED certification for this eco-friendly four-season residential development project.
Natural materials would be used to build each of the units which would include 9 to 15 foot ceilings, expansive windows, gas fireplace and excellent soundproofing. This project with its streamlined Scandinavian architecture would provide a complete retreat in the midst of the forest. In addition to the breath taking nature views, the residents can enjoy here year-round activities like mountain biking, snowshoeing, hiking, ski-in/ski-out access to slope, splashing in the water park nearby. Outdoor fireplace, pool with a dock, heated outdoor pool, hot tub, beach and tennis volley ball courts are included in the comprehensive amenities that Arborescence would offer in addition to the excellent Eastern Township view.
The co-founder of KnightsBridge, Simon Boyer says that Arborescence integrates sleek and modern architecture with the warm feel of wood to give the best of both the worlds. He remarks that this place which is an hour away from Montreal and just 40 minutes away from the U.S. border , even as it remains close to the local services and attractions, provides an unparalleled access to nature. He also mentions that any epicurean would be surely pleased with this development which would be renewed every season.
ABCP Architecture, who have designed this development, Sotheby’s International Realty Quebec who manage the sales, Claridge the leading Investment firm of Quebec are some of the carefully chosen partners of KnightsBridge in this project.
More about KnightsBridge:
KnightsBridge is the leader in building LEED Platinum certified multi-residential projects in Quebec. Famous architectural firms design KnightsBridge projects to make sure that the building’s look as well as comfort meets the changing needs of the owners today and for years to come. With seven DOMUS awards bestowed by APCHQ including the Builder of the Year award in its cap, KnightsBridge aspires to build homes which are not only livable but also inspiring.
More about LEED:
The worldwide famous system LEED which stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design evaluates the residential as well as commercial buildings for their construction quality and durability. The projects are evaluated at different stages by the Canada Green Building Council. Material sourcing, use of resources, design, energy efficiency, closeness to public services are some of the determining factors for the overall building performance. The houses that are LEED-certified are not only safe but also long lasting and give medium to long term savings to the owner as well as to the planet.
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