The Vered Group is a family-run real-estate development company based in Montreal. We specialize in commercial, institutional and residential development. At the forefront of our strategy come smart design and the perfect integration of new buildings into their respective neighborhoods. Always located in prime locations with high investment opportunities, each Vered Group project has its own personality, creating unique bonds between each project and its new owners.
The Vered Group has a profound impact on Montreal Architecture with its founders and cornerstone Nachum Vered’s participation and leadership in the construction and engineering of many large scale projects such as Montreal's Expo 67 Place des Nations, Labyrinth and Israel Pavilion and more recently, landmark restoration of historic buildings dating back to 1911, Gillette Lofts and Wilson Lofts. Oren Vered with his own engineering and entrepreneurial background now spearheads this second generation family business.
Our talented and experienced team shares common goals. Each team member plays an active role in every step of the development process, from urban planning, design, financial and marketing strategy, to the choice of material and finishings. The synergy between the different departments ensures that each project is delivered up to par with our clients’ expectations.
Nachum Vered, P.Eng. (Civil), founder of the Vered Group, is a graduate of McGill, Toronto U. and Carlton U, and member of the Ontario Association of Professional Engineers since 1962.
Nachum Vered's expertise spans from structural engineering design and consulting, construction general contracting, project and construction management, to real estate entrepreneurship and development. The spectrum of Projects is broad, including institutional, commercial and residential projects in Canada, the USA and Israel from the 1960's to current day.
Starting as a young engineer he already undertook major construction contracts at Expo '67 as: the Expo Administration building, Place des Nations, Pavilion of Israel, the National Film Board's pavilion, all of the band-shells, boutiques and restaurants at the Expo site.
In the Residential category, projects cover completion of thousands of condos and apartment units as well as Nurse, Student and Senior residence.