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Distinctions

2014

ACQ - Condos neufs PGAI

Projet : U31

2013

Grand Prize - Habitat design

Jury selection Project: Bassins du Havre

2010

ACQ - Condos neufs PGAI

Project : Quartier 54

ACQ - Condos neufs PGAI
2006

ACQ - Emerite

Entrepreneur of the Year Multifamily Project
Project : Le N.O.V.O.

ACQ - Emerite
2004

ACQ - Emerite

Recycling of a Building from a Religious Heritage Project : Place Delacroix

ACQ - Emerite
2003

ACQ - Emerite

Multifamily Project of the Year - New Project : Îlot Anderson

2002

ACQ – Emerite

Multifamily Condos in row - 3 storeys or less Project : La Promenade Tillemont

2001

ACQ - Emerite

Multifamily of the Year Project : Le Haut St-Norbert

2001

ACQ - Emerite

Multifamily in Row of the Year - less than 4 storeys Project : Les Cours Bois de Boulogne

2001

In collaboration with the City of Montreal Prize awarded by Héritage Montréal Project : Le Berri Bonsecours

2000

ACQ - Maitre Emerite

Entrepreneur of the Year Multifamily Project : Le Haut St-Norbert

ACQ - Maitre Emerite
1999

APCHQ - Domus

Promoter / Renovation Conversion and/or Transformation Project : Le Wilfrid-Laurier

1999

ACQ - Gala habitation

Multifamily of the Year Category : Recycling Project : Le Wilfrid-Laurier

1998

ACQ - Emerite

Housing Project of the Year Project : Les Cours Bois de Boulogne

1998

ACQ - Maitre Emerite

Entrepreneur of the Year 25 units and more

ACQ - Maitre Emerite
1997

APCHQ - Domus

Residential Conversion/ Renovation of the Year Project : Le Rachel Julien

1997

ACQ - Maitre Emerite

Project of the Year Project : Le Rachel Julien

1997

ACQ - Maitre Emerite

31 units and more Project : Le Rachel Julien

1994

APCHQ - Domus

Multifamily of the Year Project : Les Cours du Cloître

1994

Foundation of the company

Denis Robitaille created Rachel Julien in 1994. Enamoured with Montreal, Mr. Robitaille was motivated by a desire to manage housing projects that would inspire him to become an active citizen by facilitating property access and by positively impacting various areas of the city. At a time when industry trends moved towards demolishing and rebuilding, Rachel Julien instead focused its activities on heritage conservation and on developing projects that are in line with an enhanced and up-to-date urban architecture. The "Rachel Julien" name is derived from a condo project that is significant both for the company and the city that witnessed its inception. Located at the heart of Plateau Mont-Royal, on the corner of Rachel and Henri-Julien, this condo project’s centennial building was restored and adapted to its surroundings and the times, without losing its traditional character.