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A Sustainable Architecture for our Le Jockey Project

22 August 2018

A Sustainable Architecture for our Le Jockey Project

Le Jockey_Triangle_Condo_Investissement

Le Jockey was named in honor of the riders who raced on the famous Blue Bonnets racetrack located nearby. Many mistakenly believe that the project will be built on the Blue Bonnets Racecourse site when in fact it will be located right on the corner of Mountain Sights Street and Ferrier Street in the Triangle area, only a 5-minute walk from the Namur and De La Savane metro stations.


Le Jockey consists of 21 condos and townhouses spread across 3 blocks of 4 floors each. The orange-colored brick cladding will be contrasted by a fenestration of different formats with a black border, punctuated with projecting frames and wood insertions. In order to enhance the façades, various masonry sets will be integrated on the ground floor and at the cornice.

Here are some additional details about our LEED-certified project:

  • Superior soundproofing between units and floors
  • Wooden structure made to last
  • Air exchanger, heat pump, and wall mounted air conditioner
  • Quartz counters, sinks, and faucets in stainless steel in the kitchen
  • 8 outdoor parking spots and lockers available
  • Bike parking available (indoor and outdoor)

About the architects


Régis Côté and associates were mandated to carry out this LEED-certified project. The latter are particularly known for their innovative approach to sustainable construction:

"We believe and demonstrate that by building facilities that incorporate the principles of sustainable development, we create more efficient buildings for our clients."

Low energy consumption of a LEED-certified construction

Le Jockey which is the first project of the Nature Series in Côte-des-Neiges aims like all KnightsBridge projects to obtain the LEED certification. Although it is on everyone's lips nowadays, few people know the real benefits for their wallets and for the environment of living in a project that meets LEED standards.

  • Generates savings in the short, medium and long-term - both for the owner and for the planet!
  • Lower maintenance fees due to higher quality systems and materials
  • Superior thermal insulation and airtightness reduce energy loss and electricity bills
  • Carefully positioned windows to ensure maximal natural heating and lighting
  • Grants and other financial benefits from banks and insurance companies
  • Higher resale value
Learn more about the neighborhood or make an appointment to discuss the project with one of our team members.