Lignes de désir - A community-minded city
Everything is not written in stone, even when it comes to construction. Mindsets change. And fortunately, urban development projects do too. Cities evolve and new infractucture is built more intelligently. Instead of slapping together new buildings that decrease the value of neighbourhoods, we look at the needs of the population and plan for the long term. Marianne Contreras and her son proudly show us their neighbourhood. Habitations Saint-Michel Nord is a prime example of the type of new projects that the community wants to see throughout the city to meet their needs.
With Mickael St-Pierre from the Centre d’écologie urbaine de Montréal, Marianne Contreras, student and resident at Habitations St-Michel Nord, Isabelle Breault and Caroline Stewart from the Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal, Sonia Gagné from Provencher_Roy, Hélène Fortin from lg2 and Pierre Choquette from the Société de développement Angus.