PETITE-RIVIERE-SAINT-FRANCOIS, QUE. — Club Med and Groupe Le Massif have released project drawings of its new Club Med Quebec Charlevoix resort to be built in Petite-Riviere-Saint-Francois, Que.
The all-season resort will be located at the highest altitude in eastern Canada, said a Nov. 19 statement.
The project’s developers are pursuing BREEAM environmental standards and are also aiming to become Green Globe-certified by opening day, which is targeted for December 2020.
The project is valued at $120 million, $110 million for the hotel and $10 million for the development of the slopes.
Construction is expected to begin in the first quarter of 2019.
Lemay Michaud is the architect on the project.
It will be the first Club Med mountain resort in North America.
The community is located on the St. Lawrence River 90 kilometres northeast of Quebec City.
“Club Med is pleased to meet with its stakeholders to seamlessly establish itself in the community and support economic development in the magnificent Charlevoix region,” said Carolyne Doyon, senior vice-president for Canada and Mexico at Club Med, in the statement.