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Builders with a proven vision

Le Peterson is the vision of Groupe Benvenuto, accomplished developer of upscale condominiums – both in Montreal and Toronto. Groupe Benvenuto’s success resides in understanding the needs of the community and specifically tailoring how the builder has made its mark. Most recently, Groupe Benvenuto was honoured as a 2013 DOMUS award finalist in four categories for the Onyx project, a condo development at the foot of Mount Royal, close to the Université de Montréal.

To create Le Peterson, a truly original building with an innovative architectural style, Groupe Benvenuto surrounded itself with great talent. They called upon renowned architect Bruno St-Jean, of NEUF, to capture the energy and creativity emanating from the Montreal’s downtown core.

The overall design was entrusted to Bryon Patton, a world-class designer when it comes to creating luxurious living spaces. Patton’s undeniable talent contributed immensely to making Le Peterson a welcome new landmark in downtown Montreal.

Construction will be undertaken by Groupe Construction Reliance. With a wealth of experience in condominium construction, Groupe Construction Reliance has more than proven itself with a remarkable attention to detail while meeting some of the most demanding constraints and timelines in the industry.

How the builder has made its mark

Onyx project

Onyx is an exciting, new, 10-storey condominium project, in Montreal, across from the University of Montreal and just steps from Mount Royal, Beaver Lake, and Montreal’s vibrant Cote des Neiges, Outremont and Westmount neighborhoods..The project was launched in2011 and was 60 percent sold out on the opening weekend. Onyx was a finalist for 4 Domus awards in 2014.


Benvenuto project

The Benvenuto is renowned for luxury living for over 50 years, has be re-born as luxury condominiums and offers some of the most sought after homes in mid-town Toronto.


Redpath project

The 83 Redpath is a 21 storey luxury condominim project, in mid-town Toronto's Yonge and Eglinton neighborhood. The project was awarded the prestigious PUG architecture award, recognizing it, by the public as Toronto's Building of the Year.