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Broccolini is a family-owned, single-source provider of construction, development and real-estate services. Our company caters to the industrial, commercial and residential markets in Canada. Recognized for our quality workmanship, innovative technology, open collaboration, and exceptional standards, we offer a one-stop approach to the planning, development and construction of remarkable buildings.
Take advantage of our considerable expertise right from the pre-construction phase. We will help define the scope, the timeline, and the budget of your project. We’ll administer the subcontracts, and plan and coordinate all the construction from the outset through to delivery.
At Broccolini, we continuously strive to uphold our traditional values and consistently adhere to the same high standards that have ensured our company’s success over the past six decades. Since its inception in 1949, our organization has embraced and prioritized the same Core Purpose and the same Values, which form the very essence of the Broccolini spirit.Learn more
L /AVENUE will rise up in the heart of the city, right near the Bell Centre, in Montreal's vibrant downtown core. Divided over 50 storeys and offering breathtaking views, L/AVENUE offers more than 300 condominiums and penthouses. Thanks to its prime location, high-quality modern finishing materials, an entire floor dedicated to enviable common areas and amenities, and businesses and practical services located on the ground floor, including a restaurant and a Provigo Le Marché grocery store, L/AVENUE will elevate the standard of urban living in Montreal!
Welcome to Ottawa's 'it' address, the city's most spectacular new residence. The Slater is a stunning structure that is the perfect adaptation of classic modernist design. The Slater's black and white exterior is beautifully bold, with a dark grid that overlays clean white elements.The Slater is a sophisticated 21-storey mixed-use tower. This magnificent residence will house private condominium residences and a boutique Hotel. Located in the heart of Ottawa's thriving downtown business district, directly off Bank Street, The Slater is destined to become a landmark in the urban landscape of the Capital.
ABB, a leading global company in energy and automation technology, is stationed in the Saint-Laurent Campus of Technoparc Montréal. Operating in over 100 countries and employing over 140,000 employees world-wide, the company has invested $70 million to create a new ultra-modern high-tech centre. The building is constructed according to sustainable development principles in order to achieve LEED™ Silver certification.
Establish the roots of your business on a site in redevelopment which will see a comprehensive revitalization over the coming years. Situated on over 50 acres, directly on the Trans Canada Highway in the West Island of Montreal, Quartier Evolution becomes the perfect location to establish your business. Recognized as a reference in the West Island, this site is currently one of the largest business centers available to the greater Montreal area. Enjoy the flexibility and numerous options provided by this site of choice. Quartier Evolution ... definitely a safe bet for location.
Broccolini breaks ground on Amazon’s huge new Ottawa distribution centre
Construction on the largest warehouse in the National Capital Region officially got underway Monday as dignitaries gathered to symbolically break ground on a new 1.02-million-square-foot Amazon distribution centre in southeast Ottawa.
Major builds for Broccolini in downtown Montreal
BROCCOLINI ARTWORK — Broccolini sold 200 units out of 253 available at its 35-storey condo tower on Rue Saint-Jacques in Montreal in one week in October. The Art Deco inspired build, designed by Neuf, will contain a heritage facade retained from a century
National Bank buys Broccolini site for new Montreal HQ
National Bank (NA-T) will spend about $500 million to build a new head office in what will be the largest office tower in downtown Montreal since the construction of 1250 René Lévesque a quarter of a century ago.