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Open House Weekends : 3 must-see residential projects from Prével

If you're looking to buy a condo, this is the event you can’t miss this April.
Open House Weekends : 3 must-see residential projects from Prével

Are you looking to buy a condo in Montréal?

Take advantage of Open House Weekends, taking place on April 1-2 and 8-9 to discover our 3 participating projects.

It’s a great occasion to meet our representatives, who will be more than happy to answer any questions you have, and to visit our model units.

A must-attend annual event

Once again this year, the Open House Weekends are the must-attend annual event when it comes to residential housing in the Greater Montreal region. Of course, we will be part of the action with:

  • Lowney sur Ville phase 4, in Griffintown

990, Ottawa Street

  • 21e arrondissement phase 3, at the crossroads of Griffintown and Old Montreal

731, William Street

  • Bassins du Havre Pier 4, on the banks of the Lachine Canal in Griffintown

180, du Séminaire Street

Following the success of last year’s edition, Montreal designers will once again be in the spotlight! Local designer Jean-Claude Poitras is offering you the opportunity to win $5,000 worth of Quebec-made furniture, offered by the Quebec Furniture Manufacturers’ Association, as well as $5,000 of GE appliances. All you have to do is vote for your favorite piece from Jean-Claude’s collection and you’ll be entered to win!

Prix Habitat Design: We’re counting on you!

Prix Habitat Design contest rewards the best model units built in the Greater Montreal region. Last year, thanks to your support, we won 5 awards. We hope this year will be as successful!

It’s a great opportunity to get inspired by new signs, and you will also have the chance to win a pair of airline tickets to Paris, including $500 in spending money!

You have until 6pm on May 15th, 2017 to vote. If you didn’t have the chance to vote during your visit, you can also vote online.

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