BROSSARD, Que. —The city of Brossard, Que. and real-estate developer Devimco Immobilier have signed an agreement to develop a $1-billion mixed-use real estate TOD zone (Transit Oriented Development).
“We are offering a mixed-use project, aiming for a whole new lifestyle concept founded on the principles of an eco-neighbourhood, where residents and visitors can develop a strong sense of belonging. Our innovative project will register in the collective psyche as the flagship project of the greater metropolitan area and be the top reference in TOD type developments. Because of its density and its diversity, our project will be representative of a true TOD as defined by the Metropolitan Land Use and Development Plan (PMAD),” said Serge Goulet, president, Devimco Immobilier, during the press conference with Brossard’s mayor Paul Leduc.
Named “TOD Quartier,” the project will combine residential, commercial and tourism space with a tramway station, two hotels with 150 guestrooms each, a convention centre, public space and 2,000 residential units.