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Day 1 at 21e arrondissement

Taking Possession of Your Prével Condo
L'effervescence et l'excitation s'empare des premiers résidents du 21e arrondissement!

Once again I am taking possession of my new Prével condo! After living at Imperial Lofts and Le Seville, I am moving again, this time to 21e arrondissement in Old Montreal.

Like many of you, I’ve been waiting 2 years for this moment. In addition to feeling the usual range of emotions one gets during a move, this time there is an added excitement in moving to a new neighborhood in which I have never lived but know very well. This arrival in a neighborhood rich in history will make a great chapter in my life story.

Taking possession of your new condo is always a great moment. In the morning I met with Jocelyn, the delivery specialist, and together we inspected my place from top to bottom. It was in impeccable shape. Right away I was able to start moving in boxes and paint. Yay!

Finding yourself living in a new building is always fun and exciting. I love living in and contributing to major projects. For me it’s a chance to see my colleagues working in their ‘natural habitat’ (on the construction site), as I don’t often have the chance to see them in the sales office. It also gives me the opportunity to meet subcontractors who worked hard to make a beautiful building from scratch.

As I’m moving to the first floor I am part of the first week wave of deliveries. I’m excited to see my new neighbors, often my clients, moving into their new homes. I look forward to welcoming them home!

As a member of 21e arrondissement sales team AND co-owner and resident, I’ll be closely monitoring (very carefully!) the development of the Square. Shops are scheduled to start moving in next year with the deliveries of condos and apartments in Phase 2. A more local lifestyle awaits. I can’t wait to discover, to be part of, and to welcome my friends and family.

Welcome to all of you who are soon joining us! I look forward to meeting you and living together in our new piece of Old Montreal!

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