Environmental commitment

Groupe Devimco advocates responsible real estate development, for an optimal experience and a minimal ecological footprint.


Because creativity, innovation and boldness are born from a desire to design living spaces for future generations, our living environments have always incorporated the latest innovations in sustainable construction. For example:


  • Buildings partially powered by an energy loop;
  • Projects with high density on the ground to avoid urban sprawl;
  • Integration of sustainable development elements, from the choice of materials to construction and the final layout.


Groupe Devimco is firmly committed to a sustainable future by minimizing the ecological footprint of our projects. For example:


  • LEED-certified buildings;
  • Integration of cutting-edge green technologies: landscaped roofs, electric vehicle charging stations, LED lighting, rainwater harvesting;
  • Use of recycled and sustainable materials;
  • Underground parking spaces to reduce urban heat islands;
  • Installation of infrastructure to promote active transportation such as cycling.


Adding greenery to the landscape and ensuring optimal air quality for our communities is one of our key considerations. For example:


  • At Solar Uniquartier, we have planted a high number of mature trees, far exceeding the requirements of the City of Brossard;
  • At Sir Charles Condominiums, we have planted trees that store a higher percentage of carbon;
  • At Auguste & Louis Condominiums, we’ve created space on the rooftop where residents can set up community gardens.


At Groupe Devimco, we promote access to environmentally friendly modes of transportation by integrating bicycle paths and pedestrian zones into our projects. We also select locations providing direct access to public transit such as the metro, buses and the REM.

We focus on urban areas that are well served by structuring public transit networks (STM, STL, commuter train, REM) to reduce CO2 emissions, promote active mobility, and enhance users’ well-being.

To ensure exceptional quality of life, the efficiency of structuring public transit (REM) and to increase accessibility to pedestrian areas, we used a concept of dense development by promoting urban connectivity (bike paths and highways).

By countering urban sprawl, densification addresses the social, economic, and environmental challenges of recent years. With this in mind, Solar Uniquartier has been developed with a focus on reducing energy consumption and pollution from motor vehicles and encouraging the use of alternative forms of transport such as carpooling and self-service cars or car sharing.