On Tuesday, October 3rd, the Rosenbloom condos and houses were kicked off in Rosemère. In the form of a type 5 to 7 event, the Rosemère elected officials and the promoter’s team, the Dargis Group, proceeded to the first shovel, marking the official start of the work.
An expected project
“Being a citizen of Rosemère, I can tell you that this project is particularly close to my heart. I love my city and its green spaces, its leadership in environmental matters and its many protected natural environments. I am proud to be able to build a Rosenbloom project, a project tailored to Rosemère and Rosemère, “said Mario Dargis, president of Groupe Dargis.
With quality construction, focusing on energy efficiency and acoustic performance, proximity to services and tranquility as a setting, Rosenbloom represents a safe investment that appeals to both young retirees and young professionals. As proof, the sales office has seen a lot of potential buyers since its opening, a sign of undeniable interest on the part of customers. In this regard, the mayor of Rosemère, Mrs. Madeleine Leduc, acknowledged that Rosenbloom meets the needs of its citizens who wish to sell their property and stay in Rosemère: “There are the people of Rosemère who are waiting for this project, because they are at respectable ages like mine, and they would like to avoid the lawn on Saturday!”
A simplified way of life is exactly what Rosenbloom will offer. In addition to being freed from lawn mowing and snow removal, both supported by the condominium, residents of Rosenbloom will enjoy a pool, spa, sauna and community hall. , all integrated into a central service pavilion, meeting point where to relax and socialize. The buildings will be equipped with elevators, sprinklers, garbage dumps and interior parking spaces. Everything has been designed for maximum comfort and safety.
An ideal location
The builder is preparing to build 286 housing units on 37,500 square meters of land he acquired north of Highway 640. Limited to the north and west by the Dog River, to the south by a vegetal cover composed of wetlands and mature trees and to the east by an existing residential complex, the site has undeniable natural assets due to the presence of this protected riparian strip rich in plant species.
Buildings of 4 and 6 storeys will follow one another on both sides of the new public road, which will connect the western ends of the streets of Rosebourg and Langloiserie. In order to respect the privacy of the current residents, sixteen semi-detached houses will lean against the existing neighborhood and face the 4-storey buildings, a sort of buffer zone to the 6-storey buildings.
The firm Ruccolo + Faubert signs the architecture of Rosenbloom, which is defined by simple volumes and materials such as red brick and reconstituted stone. The choice of a classic and sober architecture aims to ensure the integration of new buildings to build and offer future buyers a residential complex related to the essence of Rosemère, its identity.