14 August 2018
An unbeatable public transportation system, trendy boutiques and restaurants within walking distance, abundant green and blue areas… There is more than one reason that makes life such a great adventure in Saint-Laurent’s Bois-Franc project!
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3 July 2018
The Bois-Franc neighborhood in Saint-Laurent has only continued to grow in recent years. On top of enjoying the neighborhood’s many green spaces, Bois-Franc residents can also take advantage of numerous local shops and services […]
16 April 2018
With the POD approach, the focus is put on pedestrian traveling (Pedestrian-Oriented Development), meaning that around the neighborhood, you can find everything you need walking distance away – it’s functional, practical, economical, fast and an excellent way to stay in shape!
29 March 2018
With the arrival of the REM (Réseau express métropolitain), Bois-Franc residents will be able to travel more efficiently to the downtown core – and even to Montreal’s international airport.
22 March 2018
But what is a TOD neighborhood? TOD stands for Transit-Oriented Development, which entails a neighborhood where everything and anything is possible by foot, bike or public transit.
28 February 2018
Since 1993, the Bois-Franc project has drawn in people of all ages and backgrounds. Singles, both young and older, as well as families have a wide selection of housing options available to them – condos and townhouses - […]
22 January 2018
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28 June 2017
The Habitat Design Awards 2017 – ZAC – SOTRAMONT The recognition event of the Open House Weekends, the Habitat Design Awards 2017 Competition, rewards Sotramont! TWO […]