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Loft Impérial

100% completed project

The conversion of the former Impérial Tobacco buildings into residential lofts with oversized windows and high ceilings offers a unique cachet.

Located in the heart of the up-and-coming Saint-Henri neighbourhood, the design of the converted former Impérial Tobacco buildings stays true to the area’s architectural heritage. This large scale eight-storey project also brought 1,000 new residents to the neighbourhood, many of them first-time home buyers, who, thanks to the affordable prices, became proud loft owners.

Project summary


On Saint-Antoine West in Montréal’s Saint-Henri neighbourhood.





Year completed


Living environment



  1. The building’s architectural heritage has been preserved, giving a unique cachet to the units.
  2. The size of each loft’s windows has been increased to highlight their industrial character.
  3. The terraces and the two urban chalets offer different environments and ambiance.
  4. With a multisport court, the fitness centre promotes an active lifestyle.
  5. A Prével project in collaboration with our financial partner, the Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ, Cardinal-Hardy architects and Foti Drouin designers.

Prizes and awards

2014Award of ExcellenceCanadian Society of Landscape Architects
2012Award of Excellence in Real EstateInstitut de développement urbain du Québec
2008Project of the yearDomus
2006Urbanism Excellence AwardCanadian Institute of Planners

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