"Proment is committed to achieving excellence in building design and creating significant value and quality of life for its purchasers."

At Proment we are committed to:

  • To build and deliver attractive communities through quality construction, innovative housing designs and special environments.
  • To build with environmental sustainability in mind, both for our constructions and our neighbourhoods
  • To provide our clients with a service oriented buying process, and after-sale service
  • To create for our customers with an enjoyable lifestyle and long-term value



Founded in 1965, Proment Corporation, a Montreal based real-estate development company, has been Nuns' Island’s primary residential developer for over 40 years, having planned and built over 6,000 condos and homes, six waterfront communities, and the first LEED gold residential towers in Quebec as well as one of the few LEED ND neighbourhoods in Canada.

Proment has been recognized seven times by the Provincial Association of Homeowners of Quebec (APCHQ) as Builder of the Year in acknowledgement of its creative achievements and has also won numerous other real-estate awards.

Through its developments, Proment has established Nuns’ Island as one of Montreal’s most high-end communities. Since 2010, Proment has started developing a new neighbourhood – Pointe-Nord, where the mix of residential highrises, midrises, lofts and townhomes are within walking distance of boutique retail and future REM station.  


The creation of a project is very much a team effort, said Samuel Gewurz. “It is not the result of an individual, but the achievement of people collaborating in its realization...” At Proment Corporation, the experience, vision and commitment of its team are its greatest asset. Proment’s team consists of experienced professionals who have a deep knowledge of residential and commercial real estate development.

Louis-Joseph Papineau B. Eng, LEED AP, is Vice-President Development & Construction and has been part of the Proment team for over 30 years.    Ilan Gewurz, Jurist JD, MA, joined Proment Corporation in 2006, and is the Senior Vice-President responsible for marketing, sales and commercial leasing. These individuals are joined by sales, customer service, construction, accounting and administration personnel who all work together towards the desired goals. 


Reconized for quality construction and innovative design for over 4 decades! Proment’s efforts in creating unique environments have been acknowledged by an independent juries. From luxurious single family homes to original condominium projects, Proment Corporation has always tried to offer a wide range of quality products in special communities.

Proment been recognized seven times by the Provincial Association of Homeowners of Quebec (APCHQ) as Builder of the Year and nine times as a project of the year.


APCHQ Domus Awards

  • 2016

    Evolo 2  Residential Project of the Year, multifamily


Other Awards

  • 2022
    Evolo X - LEED silver certified by CGCB ("Canadian Green Council Building")

  • Evolo S - LEED silver certified by CGCB ("Canadian Green Council Building")
  • 2017

    Evolo2 - LEED Gold certified by CGCB ("Canadian Green Council Building")

  • 2016

    Evolo - LEED Gold certified by CGCB ("Canadian Green Council Building")

  • 2013

    Vistal II - LEED Gold certified by CGCB ("Canadian Green Council Building")

  • 2011

    Vistal I: LEED Gold certified by CGCB (Canadian Green Council Building)

  • 2010

    Le Vistal: Real Estate Excellence Award from the Urban Development Institute of Quebec

  • 2004

    Business personality of the year awarded to Samuel Gewurz and Proment Corporation for their implication to the economical development of the Borough of Verdun.

  • 2004

    Blanche Lemko Van Ginkel Award from the Ordre des Urbanistes du Québec.

  • 2002

    Proment Corporation wins the Orange prize for protecting the island’s natural heritage.

  • 1991

    Val de L'Anse wins the first prize in architecture from Ordre des Architectes. Category: Residential ensemble

  • 1989

    Orange Prize « Sauvons Montréal » - Val de L'Anse