New roof and new partnership for a damaged business on Wellington Street South

New roof and new partnership for a damaged business on Wellington Street South
New roof and new partnership for a damaged business on Wellington Street South

The founding president of Gest-Immo, Sébastien Manseau, relocated his company to 268, rue Aberdeen, a building owned by entrepreneur Nikolai Ray. “After falling in love with the place, we had discussions leading us to see the possibility of combining our respective strengths in real estate. Our common passion for downtown Sherbrooke and its revitalization also sparked and enlivened our discussions,” described Mr. Manseau.

The companies Gest-Immo, which works in the management of rental buildings and apartment complexes, and Communautés Fierbrooke have therefore joined forces. This partnership “consolidates the 17 jobs already existing within the company. Over the next year, an additional 750 doors will be managed by Gest-Immo Services, creating 10 new jobs at the same time,” rejoices Mr. Manseau. In a second phase of 18 months, some 1,000 doors “from external investors interested in the dynamism of Sherbrooke” will be added.

According to Mr. Manseau, Gest-Immo “expects to increase turnover from 2.2 million to 5 million over the next year.”

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