New Green Neighbourhood

Technopôle Angus is expanding! 895,000 sq. ft. of office, commercial, residential and green space is under development. The new green neighbourhood opposite Jean-Duceppe Park will be a new-style urban village where businesses and families coexist in a vibrant, welcoming, and environmentally responsible community.


The Technopôle Angus green neighbourhood features leading-edge architecture and high-quality facilities and amenities inspired by the latest urban planning and environmental practices:

  • Green buildings with large windows and outstanding energy efficiency;
  • Office space for 1,500 new workers;
  • 260 affordable condominium units;
  • A non-profit organization managing 80 residential units;
  • A student residence, a primary school and two new daycares.

Designed by Provencher_Roy architects, the development is awarded LEED-ND V4 PLATINUM (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design – Neighborhood Development) certification, the most recognized and exacting standard for green building in North America.

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State-of-the-art infrastructure

State-of-the-art infrastructure

95% of rainwater is reused and recycled

Instead of entering the municipal wastewater system, the Technopôle Angus rainwater collection system ensures that rainwater evaporates or is reused for washrooms, landscaping, gardening, washing vehicles, and more.

40% reduction in potable water use.

Energy loop

The energy loop connects all Technopôle buildings, recovering and exchanging the energy used by green-building systems. This energy is then redistributed to meet heating and cooling needs.

40% reduction in building energy consumption ;
26% reduction in natural gas consumption and associated greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

Exterior lighting

Lighting is designed to keep light pollution to a minimum, and is 38% more energy efficient than standard outdoor lighting systems.

Landscaping and roofing

The development will use smart paving and building materials to optimize airflow and eliminate heat islands while creating naturally cool spaces.

25% Public free space

25% Public free space

Our pleasant common areas were designed by leading landscape architecture firm NIPPAYSAGE and include:

  • A pedestrian street lined with trees and edible plants;
  • An urban forested area featuring maple trees in the centre of the green neighbourhood;
  • Two public squares;
  • Green belts for enhanced biodiversity;
  • Courtyards in residential developments provide additional green space.


Other benefits

  • A vast array of local eating and shopping options, thanks to around 10 nearby shops and restaurants, keeping people out of their cars;
  • Convenient access to sports and leisure facilities, including bike paths;
  • Great active and public transit options: bus routes (24, 25, 27), the Préfontaine Metro station, and mobility passports that bundle Opus, BIXI, Communauto, and car2go subscriptions for neighbourhood employees;
  • Underground parking: 540 spaces with a dynamic management system (unused, non-private spaces can be rented to workers and visitors).