A quality of life at a fair price
Quartier Connaught is the first ever eco-neighbourhood in the Outaouais. Stretching over 90 acres on the site of the former Aylmer Hippodrome, it encompasses a unique combination of residential, green and community spaces.
Very well located 4 km from downtown Aylmer and a stone’s throw from Ottawa, the neighbourhood is surrounded by parks, bike paths and golf courses. It also provides easy access to public transit services, including the Rivermead Park-and-Ride.
This environmentally responsible residential project under development in Gatineau offers various models of condos, townhomes, semi-detached and single-family homes designed with the environment in mind and with a concern for the comfort and health of the residents.
Quartier Connaught, an environment that suits your needs!
An eco-friendly construction
Designed with the health of occupants, respect for the environment, and energy efficiency in mind, the eco-friendly residences of Quartier Connaught offers the Novoclimat certification and the quality of construction for which Les Habitations Bouladier is renowned for.
Always at the forefront of building and design, Les Habitations Bouladier places first the performance of its houses, the comfort of its customers, and the protection of the environment. Les Habitations Bouladier is proud to be one of the first builder in the region to obtain Novoclimat certification for residential construction from the Bureau de normalisation du Québec.
Novoclimat certified buildings are estimated to save 20% compared to the energy costs of a home built according to the basic Quebec Construction Code. Les Habitations Bouladier houses are inspected, tested and delivered with government approval certifying their superior energy efficiency. They provide more comfort for occupants and significantly improve indoor air quality. For more information on Novoclimat standards and criteria, visit the Transition énergétique Québec website
All housing in the Quartier Connaught is eligible for LEED certification. As a reminder, sustainable buildings that meet LEED certification criteria create healthier environments for their occupants thanks to, among other things, better ventilation and more natural light. In addition, they produce less waste, are more energy and water efficient, and stimulate innovation.