Arborescence by Knights Bridge

September 11, 2018

a unique series of condominiums located directly on Bromont Mountain’s Kamloops Trail. The eco-friendly project is aiming for LEED certification and will be built in various phases, for a total of approximately 260 units. The first phase, which is set to launch on September 19, will have 48 units and be delivered toward the end of 2019. The investment is evaluated at approximately $100 million.

With streamlined Scandinavian architecture, Arborescence will provide a retreat in the heart of the forest, allowing residents to enjoy the best of all four seasons with activities such as enjoying ski-in/ski-out access to the slopes, snowshoeing, mountain biking, hiking, splashing at the nearby water park or simply taking in the views of the natural surroundings.

Each unit will be built with natural materials and feature a gas fireplace, 9- to 15-foot ceilings, superior soundproofing, and expansive windows to put the focus on nature. In addition to unobstructed views of the Eastern Townships, Arborescence will offer comprehensive amenities, including a heated outdoor pool, hot tub, pond with dock, tennis and beach volleyball courts, and an outdoor fireplace.

Situated just an hour from Montreal and 40 minutes from the U.S. border, Arborescence provides unequalled access to nature and the mountain, while remaining near local services and attractions. The development is renewed with every season and is sure to please any epicurean!” said Simon Boyer, cofounder of KnightsBridge.

KnightsBridge is the leading LEED Platinum certified multi-residential project builder in Quebec. All KnightsBridge projects are designed by renowned architecture firms to ensure that the look and comfort of each building will meet the changing needs of homeowners, now and for years to come.

As the recipient of seven DOMUS Awards presented by the APCHQ, including the prestigious Builder of the Year Award, KnightsBridge aims to build homes that are both liveable and inspiring




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