Richard Gianchetti is at the forefront of building premium retirement residences and is well-known for his work on La Noblesse.
Située au coin des rues Chartrand et St-Jovite sur l’ancien terrain de la Poterie Laurentienne à Saint-Jérôme, la première phase du projet, qui compte 121 unités, a vue le jour en 1991. Un investissement majeur qui a nécessité plus de cinq millions de dollars. Construit dans l’optique d’offrir un cadre harmonieux assurant confort et sécurité aux locataires, ce complexe de cinq étages abrite de nombreux services, tels un salon de coiffure, un comptoir bancaire. Une salle communautaire et un dépanneur. L’immeuble est doté d’un système de sécurité et de surveillance par caméra, d’ascenseurs et d’un stationnement intérieur et extérieur. Un concierge est également sur place pour satisfaire les besoins des résidants
Soon after construction was completed, the developer launched a new phase to keep up with increasing demand. The second phase included additional housing, as well as an indoor pool, a gym, a sauna, a 325-person reception room, a library, a craft room, a movie theatre, a billiard room, a patio café, a map room, a chapel and two outdoor terraces. These services were added to the existing facilities.
The third phase increased the living space to 321 suites, making La Noblesse Retirement Residence one of the largest and most comprehensive retirement communities in Quebec. An ultramodern ten-lane bowling alley is just the cherry on top.
La Noblesse’s prime location and high-quality services attracted so much attention that it underwent further renovations in 2005. To stay on the cutting-edge of technology, phase 4 included several upgrades such as a heat pump system, five-star telephone and internet services, as well as a two-storey parking garage with storage. In addition, the reception room was expanded to accommodate the increasing number of residents.
La Noblesse has a stunning private park reserved exclusively for residents. It includes an outdoor gazebo for summer concerts and is surrounded by a stylish brick and wrought iron fence. There is even a small stream that runs alongside the walking path.
The park also features a natural grass mini-golf course, an outdoor dining area and six shuffleboard and bocce ball courts. No matter what your hobbies and interests, there’s something for everyone!