In Dubreuilville, Ontario, we are developing a 3-level multi-family apartment building. Dubreuilville provides a great opportunity as the Dubreuiville mine area is expected to double over the next few years. The mining companies in the area are currently encouraging all their staff to move to Dubreuilville, which will increase the demand for housing in the town. However, there is a lack of accommodation in Dubreuilville and in the surrounding communities.
The apartment complex will help assist some of the 300+ employees that are expected to work in the mines. The mine is set for a 17-year lifespan with the option of expanding its underground operations and increasing the life of the mine. Furthermore, the community has many locals between the ages of 50-70 that desire to sell their homes and move into smaller more comfortable apartments. These people have strong ties to the town and would be compelled to leave if there are no new houses.
The Apartment complex will consist of 18, 2-bedroom apartments and 4, 1-bedroom apartments. Each apartment will consist of in-suite laundry, which is generally lacking in the northern Ontario region. The 2-bedroom apartments will have two bathrooms that feature a walk-in shower which allows for age-in-place living.
Demand for housing in Hornepayne has once again surged due to the success of mining, forestry, and a strong railway component. Since there is a lack of housing in the town and many growing industries the town has been in dire need of places for accommodation. Our solution is to repurpose a commercial building into a residential building. We will be developing an 8-unit multi-residential complex. The building is 8000 square feet, and each unit includes 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The complex also includes lots of space for parking.