Whether it's the condo where you will live out your greatest professional ambitions, the single-family home where you will raise your children or the suite where you will live the hotel life every day, Brigil is with you at every phase of your life, providing you with a full range of residences. 10,000 households accommodated over the past 30 years, on both sides of the Ottawa River, from downtown to the suburbs.
Museum District Revitalization and Enhancement Project
Having acquired four properties at 35, 61, 69 and 77 Laurier Street, Brigil’s objective is to revitalize the historic “Quartier du Musée” which is cited heritage neighbourhood. This signature project will not only honour the past but also protect and highlight the area’s historic value. In so doing, the cultural identity of Gatineau will be enhanced, boosting pride for all residents and attracting visitors from across the country and around the world.
A pillar of Brigil’s mission as builders with purpose is to preserve and showcase architectural gems. The former Notre-Dame-de-Grâce presbytery – adjacent to the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel – is set to become Brigil’s third heritage building restoration. The first will be the nearby Ferme Columbia (376 St-Joseph Boulevard) and the second the former Henry Burger restaurant at 69 Laurier Street.
The buildings at 61 and 77 Laurier present great potential as part of the overall plan to create a stunning new district that will draw accolades from near and far. Consistent with its operations for the past 35 years, Brigil’s approach will be a patient and measured one for this project.
The company’s vision is to collaborate with area residents, the municipality and other stakeholders to complete a development plan that is certain to be embraced and cherished by all, fuelling renewed interest and excitement in this historic area.
A region surrounded by its history - discover the activities and services nearby, perfect for integrating new outings into your daily life.
Discover an exciting cultural and historical exhibits; the Canadian Museum of History is one of Canada's most popular museums - its primary purpose is to collect, study, preserve and present objects that tell the human story of Canada.
The National Gallery of Canada is one of the first museums in Canada - it houses a large and varied collection of paintings, drawings, sculptures, and photographs, primarily focused on Canadian art.
In the heart of downtown, the Rogers Interzip is a zip line that allows you to cross the Ottawa River between Gatineau and Ottawa.
A unique attraction with a magnificent view of downtown, the Parliament and the river. A great activity that will give you the impression of flying from one region to another.
A short walk away from the project, find the Byward Market at the end of the Alexandra Bridge. A lively neighbourhood that hosts open-air farmers' markets, specialty grocery stores and a host of stores and restaurants.
Known for its colorful street art and trendy stores, the market offers local crafts and designer clothing.
Place Aubry is an epicenter of nightlife and local restaurants located in the heart of downtown Gatineau, a pedestrian area bustling with cultural life and festivities.
Place Aubry will allow you to admire the urban arts, heritage buildings and architectural influences that make this area so vibrant.
Located on either side of the Alexandra Bridge, along the Ottawa River, Jacques Cartier Park in Gatineau and Major's Hill Park in Ottawa offer spectacular views of both regions. Hosting many activities throughout the year, such as Winterlude, Canada Day, the Tulip Festival, the locks and much more.
Two parks perfect for the family and/or as a starting point for a trip to downtown Gatineau or Ottawa.
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