March 21, 2018 |

YUL CONDOMINIUMS is honoured at the 35th domus awards gala

MONTREAL, March 21, 2018 – YUL Condominiums, one of the largest residential projects in downtown Montreal, is delighted to announce that it has won the Énergir prize for better use of natural gas at the 35th Domus Awards gala. The project, developed in partnership by the Brivia Group and the Tianco Group, includes notably two 38-storey towers, 17 elegant townhouses and a 23,000-square-foot private garden.

 “In addition to its contemporary architectural style, its innovative design, its state-of-the-art technological components and the quality of its materials, YUL also stands out for its choices in terms of energy efficiency, which are admittedly less visible to the naked eye but every bit as important for us and for our residents,” said Kheng Ly, president and chief executive officer of the Brivia Group and of YUL Condominiums. “We are proud that the members of the jury of the 35th Domus Awards and Énergir recognized our way of using natural gas by means of our central natural heating system.”

Steve Di Fruscia, chief executive officer of the Tianco Group, added: “More than ever, real estate developers must innovate and design projects that reflect the principles of sustainable development. The use of natural gas is part of our forward-looking vision that aims at offering our residents a living environment that is based on comfort and is environmentally friendly.”

Designed and produced by Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes, in partnership with Stefano Domenici Architecte, it is worth noting that the YUL project also includes 800 units, some of them studios, as well as some 3 ½, 4 ½, 5 ½, penthouses and 17 townhouses. Residents have access to various amenities, including a spa, an indoor pool, a Sky Lounge and fitness facilities. All common areas will be furnished by Armani/Casa. In addition, the 2nd tower, currently under construction, will include several common areas featuring private rooms for special occasions, a storeroom as well as a terrace on the 6th floor overlooking the private garden.

YUL Condominiums is proud to be associated with the firm Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes and with Stefano Domenici Architecte, whose unique architecture distinguishes YUL greatly from numerous other projects, as well as with Magil Construction for the construction work.

The 35th Domus Awards gala was held on Friday, March 16, at the Montreal Casino. The 17 YUL townhouses were also finalists for the prize in the category New dwelling or renovation prestige unit starting at $1 million.

For more information on the YUL Condominiums project, consult yulcentreville.com or visit the sales office located at 1450 René-Lévesque Blvd. W., near Mackay St.

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About YUL Condominiums
A large-scale architectural project developed jointly by the Brivia Group and Tianco Group, YUL Condominiums Inc. consists of condominiums and townhouses. Located in downtown Montreal, it includes two shifted-block 38-storey towers with more than 800 units and 17 townhouses.

About Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes
Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes is one of Canada’s largest architectural and design firms. Having completed projects in the institutional, corporate, cultural and residential sectors, the firm is now a reference in the design, building and management of projects. It relies on an experienced team of more than 110 professionals and is recognized for the excellence of its approach and its vitality in designing innovative and creative architectural solutions.

About Domus Awards
The APCHQ – Greater Montreal area, with more than 4,500 members, works diligently every year to reward, promote and recognize the industry’s professionals and their projects. The Domus Awards are also a reference of reliability for potential buyers and customers who wish to renovate or buy a property.

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November 27, 2017 to November 13, 2018 |


For the 35th consecutive year, Association des professionnels de la construction et de l'habitation du Québec (APCHQ) - Greater Montreal, will award the most prestigious trophy in the construction industry: the Domus. Thirty-two companies are on the coveted list of Domus Prize finalists, which will recognize the best achievements in housing and home renovation in the greater Montreal area.

Over the last few weeks, APCHQ - Greater Montreal area members have submitted nearly 100 applications in one of 18 categories. The files were evaluated by a jury of external and impartial professionals. Participants include both well-established companies and new players, all from Montreal, Laval, Montérégie, the Laurentians and Estrie, who demonstrate the sector's great dynamism.

On the way to 2018

On Friday, March 16, 2018, Chantal Lacroix will host the Domus Awards Gala at the Casino de Montréal. While waiting to know the laureates, here is the list of the finalists competing in each of the 14 categories:

Celebrating 35 years

:: The APCHQ - Greater Montreal region unveils the best of construction and renovation with the finalists of the 35th Prix Domus:

Prestigious new home of more than $ 1,000,000

- Wood & Nature Construction inc.
 - YUL Condominiums Inc.
- The Domaine des Berges 13 inc.
- Construction Daniel Rodrigue inc.

Every year, the APCHQ - Greater Montreal region works tirelessly to reward, promote and recognize industry professionals and their projects. The Domus Awards are also a trusted reference for potential buyers and customers who want to renovate or buy a property.

About APCHQ - Greater Montreal Area

Founded in 1950, the APCHQ - Greater Montreal Area is a private, non-profit, voluntary membership organization with more than 4,300 members working in the residential sector and located in the greater metropolitan area. Its mission is to promote the professionalism of entrepreneurs and defend their interests. The regional association is part of the APCHQ, a provincial association founded in 1961 that occupies a prominent place in the construction and renovation industry, thus contributing to the prosperity of the housing market in Quebec. The APCHQ is the largest entrepreneur association in Canada with nearly 18,000 members in 14 regional associations throughout Quebec.