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Innovation is
in our DNA

Deeply committed to building a sense of community, Prével is always looking to innovate to improve people’s quality of life, build lively neighbourhoods, and have a positive impact on existing communities. This is what makes us true pioneers.

David Deschênes
Manager, Conception & Innovation

2019 – Today

Impact on the community

Our leitmotif: harmonious cohabitation

When we were designing the Esplanade Cartier project, we put our 40 years of experience to good use. Concerned with enhancing community life, we sought to build an exemplary project. Our leitmotif? Turning the concept of harmonious cohabitation into a reality. How did we do this? By offering large public spaces, a lively public square, a beautiful central park, and shared roads. We also came up with an innovative way to create an accessible project that serves its residents as well as the community. 

Giving citizens a voice

Aware that redeveloping this large site would potentially have a huge impact on the neighbourhood and the city, we implemented a reflection and consultation process, prior to the start of the project. This proactive approach allowed the designers to better understand the realities of the neighbourhood and the community.

To benefit the community

The project was designed in a way that would make it a multifunctional space available to community groups in the neighbourhood. A partnership was formed with Laboratoire sur l’agriculture urbaine (AU/LAB) and Carrefour solidaire to create Montréal’s first in-ground rooftop community garden, which is conducive to intensive cultivation. 




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2019 – 2013

 Impact on the neighbourhood

Cultivating common areas

Our first privately owned public space (POPS) in Montréal, the central square in the 21e arrondissement project, boast over 20,000 sq. ft. and serves the entire neighbourhood—residents, office workers, and passers-by are welcome to relax and enjoy the space.

At the heart of this same project, we also created our first urban garden, whose harvest is then sold in the square. 

The Union sur le Parc project, located in the western part of downtown in a very urban environment, offers over 40,000 sq. ft. of green spaces, including two public parks and a rooftop garden for urban agriculture.

2012 – 1995

Thinking about space better

Prével has developed extensive expertise in space optimization to offer more compact, and thus more affordable, housing units. Projects such as Lowney and Le Séville have made it possible for hundreds of first-time buyers to own a property.

With this in mind, common areas such as urban chalets, winter gardens, landscaped terraces with pools, connected rooftop spaces, and fitness centres take on even more importance, becoming extensions of the private living space. 

These common areas, on which Prével’s reputation has been built, helped set off the revitalization of numerous neighbourhoods such as Griffintown, Saint-Henri, and Shaughnessy Village, giving residents the opportunity to experience a real sense of community. 

Our expertise

We strive for excellence in everything we do, and take great satisfaction in achieving this.

Finished projects

21e arrondissement
21e Arrondissement
Bassins du Havre
Loft Impérial
Habitations Roussillon
Au Tournant de la Gare
union sur le parc
Union sur le parc
Le Rose-Phillips Deux
Bobois Maisons de ville
Central Rosemont
Axiom 19
Lowney sur Ville
Station Sud
S sur le Square
Daxx Condominiums
Le Seville
Le Bruxelles
The Rose-Phillips 1
Quai de la Commune
Village Liberté sur berges
Square Mont-Royal

By our clients’ side every step of the way

We ensure we are there to guide our buyers through every step of the buying process. In addition to providing an original, well-designed product and respecting delivery deadlines, we are committed to guiding you throughout the entire buying process. Our sales team is composed of Prével employees who are available throughout the project duration.