3500, rue Beaubien Est Montréal (Qc) H1X 1G7 Google Map Our brochure Share Contact us for information and to arrange a tour. Come see us! At Saint-Eugène, people are just like you. The atmosphere is pleasant and friendly. People say "hello". They enjoy life. Employees at your service A residence for independent seniors also means employees dedicated to creating a pleasant living environment. Their job: to prepare delicious meals, serve you with a smile, keep the common areas impeccable, organize events and keep you safe. For example, the superintendent takes care of apartment repairs. If your faucet is leaking, he will fix it. The client relations agent can answer questions about your lease and help you with your tax credit and housing allowance applications. And the director? Well, he or she makes sure that everything runs smoothly! A human touch at all times An employee is available at reception every day, even on the weekend. It's reassuring to see a familiar face when you come home. Committed residents Some residents like to get involved in the democratic life of the residence. You can join any number of committees (menu, recreation, integration, etc.) to share your thoughts. You can also run for a seat on the Advisory Committee of Tenants, which discusses issues that affect all ENHARMONIE residences, or on the Board of Directors of the Office municipal d'habitation de Montréal, which has two tenant members. I wanted to stay in Rosemont, so I chose Saint-Eugène for its neighbourhood, says Ghislaine Laramée. The energetic woman, who chose to become a lawyer in her forties and opened her own law firm, came upon Résidence Saint-Eugène during a walk, knowing that her daughter wanted to sell the duplex she was living in at the time. Soon, she joins the residence's tenant association and then becomes a member of the Advisory Committee of Tenants of the ENHARMONIE network in order to discuss issues of concern for all ENHARMONIE residents. In 2016, she is elected on the Board of Administration of the Office municipal d'habitation de Montréal as tenant member. Her personal interests are varied and include litterature, painting and computers. "I like genealogy and did a lot of research in this field. You rediscover the whole history of Québec by looking for your roots! It opens up your horizon." When asked about her future projects, she is determined to stay committed to the cause of social housing. But she will also make time to participate in the many recreational activities offered by her residence.