Étienne Jolicoeur who is originally from Quebec City, thought for nearly two years about moving to Montreal. This busy entrepreneur had long been making constant round trips to Quebec’s largest city. So moving permanently was a logical choice. This year after much reflection he packed his stuff into a few moving boxes and made Yimby his new home.
Recently he spoke out about the move.
It is a few steps from the Yimby Rosemont complex, in the heart of La Promenade Masson, where Julie Verfaillie, alias the mechanical woman, chose in 2018 to set herself up on with the workshop-boutique bearing her name. She studied music and fine arts before becoming in 2012 what she calls a self-taught jeweller. She owes her job to her boundless curiosity!
Gabriel Poirier opened his festive bistro in 2015 just a few steps from the Yimby Terrebonne complex, on rue Saint-Pierre. Today this enthusiastic restaurateur and Terrebonne native, who grew up in industry, runs La Confrérie, an establishment which brightens the heart of Vieux-Terrebonne. Poirier shares his passion for good food by offering an accessible and changing menu to La Confrérie’s many regulars and memorable experiences to newcomers.
Nearly three years ago, Vanessa moved out of the condo she shared with her boyfriend at the time and went on the hunt for an apartment where she could land in solo mode. Already taken with the neighbourhood life offered by Rosemont, she jumped at the chance to live there by choosing an apartment in our first phase of Yimby Rosemont. We chatted with her about adult life.
Anaïs Beaupré, an osteopath by training co-founded and operates ENOSI CliniqueMulti in partnership with sports osteopath Jérémie Croc, just a few steps away from the Yimby Rosemont complex on Promenade Masson. This multidisciplinary facility provides services to residents of the Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie neighborhood.
This is it – you've found the apartment of your dreams and you can't wait until it's yours. Don't worry, July 1st is right around the corner!
It’s a few steps from the Yimby Terrebonne complex, on Montée des Pionniers, that Cynthia Gagné, a Terrebonnian with a big heart, set out to modernize the local florist business in 2020. Her training in design now guides her green thumb in the Fleuriste C Design premises, where she never ceases to surprise her customers with unusual floral arrangements.
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It was a Web search done on her cellphone two years ago that led Marina to the Yimby site. Not long after, she moved with Cannelle, the little furry beast with whom she shares a lot of her time, into her rental condo in Phase 1 of Yimby Rosemont. Today, she lives there with Lou-Pascal, her love, and is about to move into her third Yimby apartment. We chatted about adult life with her.
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