With its 165 000 residents, Sherbrooke is a dynamic, balanced city. Over the past few years, Sherbrooke has been the birthplace of a variety of interesting economic, social and cultural developments. Its “green city” classification favours public transport; bike paths and parks are ever-present. Many global businesses now choose Sherbrooke for its vivacity, humanity and proximity to major centres.
A green environment where one can live harmoniously via the rhythm of the water and the wind. Set in a wooded area overlooking the river, Humano is in proximity to numerous outdoor activities. The adjacent bike path lets you take in some of the surrounding greenery. In proximity, the Jacques-Cartier Park stands out by its liveliness and enchanting set-up; water access, tennis courts and a running path are just a few of the features it has to offer.
Facing south, Humano makes the most of the natural light and transposes it into an exceptional décor, a wooded-area overlooking the river. The U-shaped building maximizes the views and daylight; every unit, with its large windows, benefits from the sunlight. From the southern lookout, enjoy the surrounding areas, while panoramic views and refined landscaping contribute to the sense of freedom.
The carefully planned Humano apartments offer both a refined and ergonomic design. Through each living space, a well-adjusted design, allows a smooth transition between nature and humanity.
Following the success of their Urbano condo project, Christian St-James and Matthieu Cardinal are pursuing their dream of offering Sherbrooke residents exceptional living spaces. Their claim to fame? Contemporary homes developed with first-rate partners and a focus on sustainable development.