Acquisition of 4470 Wellington - March 30 2018

Groupe Leblanc is proud to announce the acquisition of 4470 Wellington. This address will be restored to its formerly prestige according to the Art Deco plans of the original 1931?s construction.

This project will contribute to the revitalization, already well underway, of Wellington Street. This artery benefited, in recent years, from an important economic and architectural boom, creating a wave that attracts newcomers, seduced by the proximity of the river and the city center, the three metros of the borough and the multitude of small local businesses.

A Mission Accomplished - January 31 2017

Groupe Leblanc is proud to be able today to announce the completion of the thorough renovation works of project 4750 Wellington.

With a preserved historical cachet, the 4750 offers today unusual spaces to its tenants, ardent entrepreneurs, that work together to revive their beautiful Verdun borough.

The Verdun Library on the ground floor has teamed up with the designer Zebulon to create a unique environment for its clients. In this spirit, the building houses two other businesses, the ?r?union? boutique which carries high-end kitchen accessories and the ?Caf? de la troisi?me? where the coffee shop goers can relax while having a light snack.

In the upper floors, a number of premier tenants are now settled: Dakis Decision Systems inc.; the engineering group Gravitaire; the training and management group Perform, a company specialized in health events planning; and Cible retour ? l?emploi, a para-statal agency supporting job seekers in their jobs search. The internationally renowned industrial psychologist Morneau Shepell and a dental clinic, crown the list.

It is with a sense of fulfillment that the president-general manager, Denis Leblanc, appointed for the second time as Verdun business personality, can now go ahead with his next project.

Verdun Library - January 1 2016

The ground-floor of the new building will be housing the prestigious Verdun Library to which will be fitted a kitchen, speech therapist offices and a caf?. The owners Philippe Sarrazin and Johanne M?th? have hired the renowned designer Z?bulon to undertake the necessary works. This will undoubtedly be Quebec?s finest library.

Office spaces

Upstairs, we are planning to build offices to be delivered as of April 2016. We are very enthusiastic about the design of these offices.?Photos will be available soon.

The 4750 Wellington - November 30 2015

Leblanc Group has acquired a new property on Wellington Street where the 4750 Wellington, future prestigious building in the Verdun Borough, will stand. Photos are available to help you visualise the present condition of the building and how it will look like upon completion of the detailed renovation works. With a fa?ade extending to more than 100 feet, the 4750 Wellington has a reinforced concrete structure characterised by its rigidity, hence its use as a refuge for the people during WWII.

The 2215 Bennet - November 26 2015

Leblanc Group is undertaking very creative and bold works on the building located on Bennet Street. The particular status obtained for this building has enabled us to extend the zoning from ?light industrial? to include another aspect of land use, namely offices and shops. We have also fitted out the 20,000 sq.ft. surface at the back of the building. The external cladding of both annexes was replaced by bricks and the windows took a more embellished look. These renovations are guaranteed to make you feel a change of scenery as they convey the atmosphere of a multimedia building located in New York or in Philadelphia. Besides, the space will be embellished by magnificent gardens and fitted with a large parking lot surrounded by an 6-feet high black fence with computer-controlled doors. Privacy, security and tranquility sum up our objectives.

The Hoche Caf - November 25 2015

The annex located on Bennet Street will house the Hoche Caf? ??? which promises a renewed experience thanks to the play on spaces. This caf? on Ontario Street will transpose its know-how, signature and loyalty to a tradition of excellence, all expressed in the best coffees and an affordable healthy menu favouring local and organic products.

Expansion Projects - October 20 2014

Expansion Projects

The Leblanc Group has plans to expand. We are currently negotiating the purchase of yet another building. See?

Inauguration of Wellington Building - October 15 2014

The Wellington Building will be officially inaugurated on 2014, 8th december in the presence of several key figures, including Mayor Jean-Fran?ois Parenteau and a number of advisers. The guests will be presented with the updated website of the group.

 

Lighting Project - September 30 2014

Lighting Project

The Leblanc Group will undertake an outdoor lighting project on the building located on Wellington Street. The Wellington Street lighting project will be in operation by November 2014. Connected to a mini-PC, the lighting system installed on the building will create a play of lights to match the needs of the tenants thanks to the many color possibilities offered. This system will also come in handy during important holidays and events throughout the year.

Future Projects - September 22 2014

The Leblanc Group has two scheduled renovation projects for 2014-2015: The 417 Saint-Pierre?Street renovation projects: First, we are planning to change all the doors and windows of the 417 Saint-Pierre Street, an eight-storied historic building of exceptional architectural beauty located in the heart of Multimedia City in Old Montreal. We have joined forces with the Department of Canadian Heritage with the firm intention to preserve the convivial aspect of the ground floor doors and windows. See?. To view the building, please check ?Our Buildings? and click on the 417 Saint-Pierre. The Bennett renovation projects: This industrial-style building dating back to the fifties has undergone a zoning change. It now encompasses retail businesses, offices and restaurants while preserving the rights of light industry. In light of its new vocation, the building will be renovated by improving its exterior structure while maintaining its red bricks and black fenestration. On the other hand, all the rear terrain will be renovated. The renovation project will further highlight the character of this exceptional building. See? end 2015.

Fa?ade Renovation - March 27 2013

The Leblanc Group undertook the renovation of the fa?ades of several of its buildings; the changes made are shown in the new photos. Here-below is a list of the buildings which fa?ades have been renovated:

The 915 Mont-Royal Est Street The 4310 Saint-Laurent Boulevard The 787 Mont-Royal Est Street The 4146 Wellington Street You can check ??Our Buildings?? and click on the buildings.

Description of the Wellington Building:

Located in the central and historic commercial hub of Verdun Borough opposite to the church metro station and next to the Laurentian Bank, the metro, the prestigious church?, the Wellington Building has become the busiest building of Wellington Street. Inspired by the original plans of the construction and designed by the architect of Archi Design Group, its fa?ade was built by cabinetmaker Mathieu Boudrias of CA Archambault. This wooden fa?ade has character and elegance, highlighting the entire street corner which is of great significance to Wellington Street.

The ground floor houses several businesses, of which the Caisse Populaire Desjardins, Familiprix Pharmacies and Clinics, Sweet-Lee?s Coffee shop and Bakery and In Gamba Caf?. Upstairs, we find the Personal Care Sector Committee, the offices of renowned chef Jean-Fran?ois Marcotte, a day-care center and the prestigious Music & Dance Studio with its exceptional lounge managed by Ms. Lana Ramazanova. The lounge adjacent to the dance studio serves food and beverages after dance classes and shows, much to the delight of the clients.

The Wellington Building has become one of the most attractive buildings on Wellington Street. To this, the renovation project garnered Mr. Denis Leblanc a Person of the Month nomination in January 2014. ?See New Nomination of Mr. Denis Leblanc?.

Leblanc Group takes over - March 1 2013

The Leblanc Group team has expanded to include Mr. Leblanc?s son, Charles Fr?chette-Leblanc, who is in charge of the building management and the supervision of the renovation works. The other team members already show great appreciation to Mr. Fr?chette-Leblanc.