Mixed-used (commercial, recreotouristical and residential) real estate development project on a land of some 17 million sq.ft., with a net developable area of some 10.6 million sq. ft., the rest being reserved for biodiversity compensation.
The project is expected to count some 1.2M sq.ft. of commercial (e.g. retail, restaurants, highway services, offices) and recreotouristical (e.g. thermoludic station, hotel, condo-hotels, entertainment) real estate assets, on approximately 3.6M sq. ft. of land; plus all the residential and multi-residential (including single homes, townhouses, condos, rental apartments and senior homes) constructions on the balance land of approximately 7M sq.ft. The project is expected to be launched in 2022.
Bromont, located at the entrance of the Eastern Townships (third touristic region in the Province of Quebec, after Montreal and Quebec City), counts an estimated 1.6M visitors per year. Its proximity to the US Border (45 minutes) Pure Bromont is expected to earn the American tourists’ interest. Various attractions are nearby, such as Bromont and Sutton ski Mountains, high-end golf courses, Granby Zoo and Aquatic Park, several museums and art galleries, Bromont Chocolate and Sweetshop Museum, Bromont National Cycling Center, 5 municipal trail networks totaling 100 km of trails, Wine Route (the area being the cradle of wine in the Province of Quebec) consisting of 22 stops, including 8 of them at less than 15 km from the project, allows Bromont to offer singular activities for tourists who want to live a unique experience of its kind.
The City counted 10,167 inhabitants in January 2020 and is growing. Bromont’s economy is mainly based on tourism and high technology (IBM, General Electric, Dalsa, Cogiscan, etc., all have large operations in Bromont’s Technology Park.