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Kheng Ly va restorer la maison Louis Hippolyte Lafontaine

Who would have thought that the historic house of Louis Hippolyte La Fontaine will be saved by a young immigrant entrepreneur Kheng Ly?

Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine house, built around 1845, is a building protected under the Law on Cultural Heritage in effect since October 19, 2012. The house has been abandoned for years and threatened to demolition. This house has a great historical value: it housed the Prime Minister of United Canada, Louis Hippolyte Lafontaine, after the union of Upper Canada and Lower Canada in 1841. Lafontaine lived in this house until his death.

LaMaisonLouisHippolyteLafontaine 231x270Heritage Montreal worked hard with the City of Montreal trying to keep the building. While purchasing the land, Kheng Ly immediately promised to preserve this heritage and holds promise, the Louis-Hippolyte-Lafontaine house will soon regain its original character. The conservation of heritage monuments is part of Kheng Ly's philosophy. The house will be transformed into two units with underground parking. This transformation project, already approved by the city, fits in well with YUL project, the largest residential real estate project in downtown Montreal. 

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