In the thriving neighbourhood of St-Henri, the converted Imperial Tobacco buildings offer residential lofts with very a unique cachet. This project of 750 lofts and condos featuring over-sized windows and high ceilings mixes tranquility with effervescence thanks to its terraces and two urban chalets, one of which has two stories and surround windows. A sports centre, which includes a multi-sport court, contributes to creating an active living space.

Prizes and Awards

Award of Excellence in Real Estate

(Institut de développement urbain du Québec, 2012)


Residential Project of the Year (2008)

CIP (Canadian Institute of Planners)

Award of Planning Excellence (2006)


National Merit in Residential Design

(Canadian Society of Landscape Architects, 2014)

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