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The former head office of CNESST has been converted into rental housing

The former head office of CNESST has been converted into rental housing

The former CNESST headquarters, at the confluence of the St. Charles River and the Laurentian Highway, will be converted into a rental apartment building.

Instead of rebuilding everything, Immeubles Simard and Ogesco Construction want to take the opportunity to recreate the loft atmosphere New York styleA reference to large converted industrial buildings with their large windows and high ceilings.

The project, named Le Rivero due to its proximity to the river, will offer 208 new rental apartments, priced from 3.5 to 5.5.

½ is about 700s2But here we have 1100s2It is the same as for number 4½ which is 300s2 More than the standard”,”text”, it was designed for the office, so the surface areas are enormous. Usually 3½s are about 700p2, but here we have 1100p2, which is the same for 4½s which is 300p2 more than the standard”}}”>It was designed for an office, so the surface areas are enormous. Usually 3 ½ is about 700 feet2But here we have 1100 feet2it's the same for 4 ½, which is 300 feet2 More than the normexplains Jean-Michel Simard, owner and director of Immeubles Simard.

A model of the interior of a residence.

Image: Other Image Banks / Etienne Dumas, 3D artist

In an interview on the program First hourRental rates are suggested to start at 3.5 at $1,200 and rise to 5.5 at $3,500, through 4.5 between $1,450 and $2,000. Delivery is scheduled for spring 2025.

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The building was almost going to be demolished because it was impossible for CNESST to expand it due to the concerns such an operation caused for the structure. In its current state, we were able to keep the structure, then toned it down a lot and completely transformed it. We just keep the concrete, and then put it back into the existing code“, confirms Jean-Michel Simard.

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