Big goals for Saint-Côme


Located right next to the Val Saint-Côme ski resort, Oxygen Saint-Côme aims to become the largest LEED cottage project in North America

For more than two and a half years, François Gagnon patiently negotiated with landowners on the mountain in Saint-Côme, just east of the Val Saint-Côme ski resort. He persevered until he formed a territory totaling nearly 2 million square feet. He then called upon Maryse Leduc, a pioneer in sustainable architecture in Quebec, to develop his vision. Thus was born Oxygen Saint-Côme, which will initially include 80 cottages built with the aim of achieving LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) ecological certification.

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