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Projects under consultation
On March 9, 2020, the Borough of CDN-NDG gave a mandate to the Société d’habitation et de développement de Montréal (SHDM) for a proposal on the rejuvenation of the former Empress Theatre.
There are many significant urban development and heritage protection issues associated with transforming the Empress, but it also constitutes an opportunity to carry out a structuring project meeting a variety of needs.
The aim of the project is to include a mix of uses:
- A residential component with affordable housing to facilitate access to homeownership;
- A cultural component, opening directly onto Sherbrooke, with a multipurpose hall and community activities;
- A commercial component on Sherbrooke that could include a venue for artistic expression (in line with the commercial offering on Sherbrooke St. W.).
In July, the firm AEdifica was given a mandate to conduct a public consultation on the future Empress’s cultural spaces and to draw up a preliminary functional and technical plan for the public facilities component.
Due to COVID, we are working on a consultative formula that will be safe while being participatory. We wish to offer this formula during the month of October.
See the Borough council and public consultations section for the dates of the public consultation for the Empress.
The reconfiguration of Rue Jean-Brillant between Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges and Avenue Decelles began in fall 2019. It’s a progressive project, advancing step by step over a three-year period. The final phase is planned for summer 2022.
There are still consultation activities being held so that you can share your comments and suggestions. Visit the page for the project on Réalisons Mtl (French only) to participate and to learn about the latest developments along this pedestrian corridor.
The Crowley area is a small residential and commercial neighbourhood located in a part of the borough that’s been undergoing major changes. The residential construction and public land development projects announced for this neighbourhood are in keeping with the improvements that have already been made.
This fall, the borough of CDN-NDG wants to present the residents of the Crowley area with a plan for new residential buildings in their neighbourhood. Through consultation activities, the borough wants to provide residents with information and, especially, to obtain their point of view.
Visit the project page on Réalisons Mtl to learn more.
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