Urbania haus: 240 rental units for Laval’s new downtown

“We are proud to have contributed to the development of residential units for young families, for students, for workers and for pre-retirees who seek vibrant surroundings, security, ease of access and creative outlets. Urbania haus is yet another symbol of the Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ’s contribution to economic development and job creation in Québec,” says its President and CEO, Normand Bélanger.

About Urbania haus

Situated at 1355 Boulevard Le Corbusier, Urbania haus is named in tribute to the artist Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris – best known as Le Corbusier. The Franco-Swiss architect, urban planner and artist-painter is known for his exceptional contribution to the modernist movement. Corbusierhaus, a residential building which he designed, and which was built in Berlin, in 1957, for an international architecture exhibition, is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Urbania haus is part of the innovative Transit-oriented Development movement which capitalizes on the proximity of public transport to create living sustainable environments. Urbania haus is also synonymous with innovation from within. Many units are being equipped with strategically designed office space designed with telework in mind.

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