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.
On Saint-Antoine West in Montréal’s Saint-Henri neighbourhood.
- The building’s architectural heritage has been preserved, giving a unique cachet to the units.
- The size of each loft’s windows has been increased to highlight their industrial character.
- The terraces and the two urban chalets offer different environments and ambiance.
- With a multisport court, the fitness centre promotes an active lifestyle.
- 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
|2014||Award of Excellence||Canadian Society of Landscape Architects|
|2012||Award of Excellence in Real Estate||Institut de développement urbain du Québec|
|2008||Project of the year||Domus|
|2006||Urbanism Excellence Award||Canadian Institute of Planners|