The François-René project, located on Châteaubriand Ave. in Montreal’s Rosemont-Petite-Patrie neighbourhood, features six exceptional and contemporary housing units. Among Montreal’s very high condo concentration, Maître Carré prides itself on its fresh, creative and sustainable outlook.
6 homes for the 21st century
- Facing Beaubien metro station, François-René consists of three townhouses and three condominiums. It's distinguished by its bold design and prime location.
- With a separate entrance, a terrace or grass backyard, each unit has been designed to optimize the quality of life and privacy of its future owners.
- The building has earned Novoclimat 2.0 certification from the government, meaning that the correct actions have been taken to ensure energy efficiency and sustainable development.
- In order to increase the comfort of each home and reduce costs associated with energy consumption, Maître Carré chose natural gas appliances and heating, making François-René the first Novoclimat 2.0-certified project to use this energy source.
- The stairs have been custom-designed and built by the architects using a contemporary alternative to wrought iron, and are designed to be suitable for climbing vegetation, which provides vitality, privacy, natural air filtration and noise reduction.
- The German-made windows are triple-glazed, which also contributes to soundproofing. While outside noise isn't necessarily welcome, light becomes your guest of honour. Numerous large openings and various shapes optimize the entry of natural light to the benefit of each occupant.
With green streets, parks specially designed for children and a rich, cultural vibrancy, the quiet neighbourhood of Rosemont is undoubtedly up to par with modern family living. This area will also delight food lovers with its many cafés, restaurants, delis and, of course, the renowned Jean-Talon Market.