Montréal, October 22, 2018. DevMcGill, a division of Cogir Real Estate, is honoured to formalize its agreement with famed builder KnightsBridge to carry out its Tak Village housing project. By relying on this top specialist in multi-residential projects renowned for their undisputed quality, DevMcGill is convinced that it has put together the best team possible to move forward with Tak Village which will include condos, town houses and stacked housing.
“With its know-how and its ecological methods, KnightsBridge, the first Canadian company to receive the LEED Platinum V4 certification, becomes an essential player for our project and we are quite pleased to create this sort of relationship with other pioneers in the industry,” says Stéphane Côté, President of DevMcGill. “Our teams have been working side by side for many years, each time, with renewed pleasure. There is no doubt that our respective visions are headed in the same direction.”
Simon G. Boyer, Senior Partner at KnightsBridge, agrees and notes that there is a natural relationship between the two partners. “The desire to place ourselves at the forefront of emerging trends and to produce projects designed by renowned architects is the heart of our respective approaches,” he adds.
It is worth repeating that DevMcGill, which this year celebrates its 20th anniversary, has endeavoured to enhance Montréal’s real estate heritage since its inception. A great deal of attention to the harmonious integration process has always been brought to bear in matters related to sustainable development and to the survival and relevance of buildings within the urban fabric.
Tak aims to become a green, peaceful and welcoming village in the heart of Rosemont’s hustle and bustle. It is an accessible and unique refuge of Nordic inspiration that puts family, social and environmental values at the heart of its residents’ lives.
With phase 1 sales already under way, consisting exclusively of condos, the sale of townhouses will begin on November 15, with an expected delivery date in early 2020. Architecture of the townhouses by Provencher_Roy.
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