KnightsBridge has officially launched Arborescence, a new condominium development located directly on the Kamloops Trail of Quebec’s Bromont Mountain.
The new eco-friendly, multi-phase project is targeting LEED certification and will be comprised of approximately 260 units. The first phase of 48 units is set to launch on Sept. 19, and will be complete towards the end of 2019. The investment on this project is estimated at $100 million.
The development showcases streamlined Scandinavian architecture, providing a retreat in the heart of the forest while allowing residents to take advantage of activities year-round such as enjoying ski-in/ski-out access to the slopes, snowshoeing, mountain biking, hiking, swimming at the nearby waterpark or taking in the views of the surrounding nature.
Each unit will be built with natural materials and will feature a gas fireplace, 9- to 15-foot ceilings, superior soundproofing and large windows. In addition to providing unobstructed views of the Eastern Townships, the development will offer residents amenities including a heated outdoor pool, hot tub, pond with dock, tennis and beach volleyball courts, and an outdoor fireplace.
“If Quebec and Scandinavia were neighbours, Arborescence would be located right at the border. The development offers the best of both worlds, with sleek, modern architecture that integrates the warm feel of wood,” said Simon Boyer, co-founder of KnightsBridge, in a press release.
This project saw KnightsBridge join forces with Claridge, a Quebec-based investment firm; ABCP Architecture, which designed the development; and Sotheby’s International Realty Quebec, which is managing the sales.