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Work has begun at S sur le Square

Ready for excavation work!
C’est avec grand plaisir que nous annonçons le début des travaux du projet S sur Le Square, dans Shaughnessy village, à Montréal.

It’s with great pleasure that we announce the start of construction at S sur le Square. The 14-storey building contains 84 residential units as well as commercial space on the ground floor. Residents will have access to a rooftop terrace with a swimming pool and BBQ area, as well as a fitness centre.

Demolition of the old Shell station as well as the adjacent building, which used to house a Wendy’s franchise, was completed on May 28th. Our team has begun making preparations to lay the foundations. It will take 2 to 3 weeks to put the steel piles in place, followed by roughly 3 months of excavation work.

Cabot Square

The construction of Cabot square, adjacent to our project, is in full swing. The site was expanded eastward while Lambert-Closse Street has been redrawn with larger sidewalks to facilitate pedestrian traffic. In order to harmonise the area, thirteen programmable street lights have been installed. Different colors and levels of intensity will be chosen according to seasons or local events. Thanks to its new paths, numerous green spaces and a plethora of cultural and social events planned for the future, Cabot Square is sure to become a central rallying point for years to come. Work on Cabot Square should be finished this July.

S sur Le Square : few units still available

As you may already know, the pre-sale of S sur le Square generated so much enthusiasm that 100 % of the units were reserved within the first 24 hours. However, some buyers were unfortunately unable to complete their purchases for financing reasons. This has allowed us to put some unsold units back on the market.

If you are interested in the project, please stop by the sales office located at 2183 Ste-Catherine W. You can also contact us at 514-846-9292 or by email at [email protected].

It would be our pleasure to answer any and all questions you may have!

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