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A New Step Towards the Revitalization of the Châteauguay Commercial Axis

Châteauguay Mayor Pierre-Paul Routhier and municipal councillors Éric Allard, Barry Doyle and Mike Gendron were proud to participate in the official groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday, July 3 for the construction of the new Royal Bank of Canada branch in Châteauguay, at the corner of D’Anjou and Saint-Joseph boulevards. 
 
In addition to the reconstruction of the façade of the regional centre, which will be a welcome facelift for the mall that attracts 3 million consumers each year, the Groupe Quint, co-owner of the Centre régional de Châteauguay with the Groupe Mach, announced the construction of new buildings of an area of 20,000 square feet in the shopping centre parking lot, of which 5,600 square feet will be occupied by the new RBC branch. 
 
It is also a large investment for the RBC, which is injecting nearly $1.5M only in the building in addition to providing its branch with state-of-the-art equipment to better serve its clients and the population of Châteauguay. Nadine Renaud-Tinker, president, Quebec Headquarters of the RBC, took advantage of this announcement to present two Châteauguay organizations an amount of $2,500 reflecting the bank’s social and community engagement. L’Élan des jeunes and Station de l’aventure will benefit from this financial support to pursue their respective missions.
 
From vision to action For Châteauguay Mayor Pierre-Paul Routhier, this shovelful of earth is the first step toward a new era in Châteauguay: “This is an important step forward. These investments and the revitalization of a key area of the City will allow Châteauguay to modernize and encourage business to establish here, thus promoting significant economic and social vitality.” Moreover, the consortium that owns the regional centre and the RBC have both expressed gratitude for the municipal administration’s listening, flexibility and assistance in their projects. 
 
The new building should be built by the fall for an official opening scheduled for January. Businesses such as Chocolats favoris, Yuzu Sushi and Allô! Mon coco should also establish themselves here in the next few months in the second regional centre building.

 

Last update: 2019-07-05 11:08