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Gray Rocks Hotel will rise from the ashes thanks to entrepreneur Cédric Grenon

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Gray Rocks Hotel – Cédric Grenon, owner of Habitations Luma, has officially acquired the first lots at Gray Rocks Hotel. The Mont-Tremblant entrepreneur is inviting interested investors to join this site revitalization project. 

More than nine years after the announcement of the closure of Gray Rocks ski resort, the first ski centre in the Laurentians, Cédric Grenon has become the first official purchaser of the two parcels of land located on the shores of Lac Ouimet, where Gray Rocks hotel was established.

With the participation and expertise of Jennifer McKeown, co-founder of Immeubles Mont Tremblant, as well as the support of Mr. Phillip Robinson and Mr. Daniel Cormier, former landowners, Cédric Grenon has now become the official new owner of Gray Rocks.

« My goal is to revive the history of the Gray Rocks estate and make it a unique and timeless global resort, just like this destination that is deeply rooted in the collective memory of the citizens of our beautiful region, » says Cédric Grenon.

No definitive development project has yet been confirmed for the Gray Rocks of tomorrow. Grenon is currently analyzing several ideas and wants to encourage further reflection in order to undertake a project that honours the history of the site and is capable of proudly standing out in the future. Investors, financial partners and business people interested in joining this study, as well as the development team, are invited to visit the official website set up for this purpose: http://projetgrayrocks.com/.     

About Gray Rocks
Founded in 1905 by George Wheeler, Gray Rocks ski resort and hotel closed its doors in 2009 after more than a century of operation. A pioneer in the history of skiing in Québec, Gray Rocks made a name for itself thanks to its ski centre, its hotel establishment and its famous Snow Eagle ski school. From this glorious era, only its two golf courses, La Belle and La Bête, are still in operation.

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