Brivia’s Kheng Ly Recognized by the CCBC

Kheng Ly is a real estate developer and owner of the company Brivia Management as well as the manager of Montreal’s downtown YUL Condominiums project. Given his impressive involvement with local businesses, it should come as no surprise to those who are familiar with his work that the Canada China Business Council is now recognizing Kheng Ly for his role in expanding and nurturing business relationships.

CCBC Award

Ly’s company, Brivia, was awarded the bronze medal in the Outstanding Member category at the 5th of the CCBC’s annual Business Excellence Awards. According to Mr. Ly, the YUL project, which was being completed in partnership with Gansu Tianqing Real Estate Group, a Chinese developer, would constitute the largest Chinese investment in Quebec real estate development to date. This large-scale residential project offers a testimony to the improvements made in Canada-China business relationships.

About the YUL

This impressive development is comprised of two towers that house more than 800 condos and 17 high-end townhouses. It features an eye-catching, avant-guard architectural style and was designed to blend with the city’s already-vibrant design culture. Phase One of the development was already close to selling out when Mr. Ly and his company were nominated, but Phase 2 will be launching its public pre-sale in the near future.

About Brivia Group

Brivia Group, the parent company of Brivia Management, was founded by Mr. Ly in 2002. This Montreal-based real estate investment group is one of the fastest growing in the area, not just in terms of Canada-China real estate partnerships, but more generally as well. Brivia Management, a subsidiary, is a service firm that specializes specifically in development management.

About Brivia’s Chinese Partnerships

Since Brivia’s management team is quite familiar not just with the Chinese language but also with Chinese culture, it puts them in a unique position to facilitate this blossoming relationship. It is not one-sided, either, as Brivia gives back to local Chinese communities by investing money in social causes such as education, health, and cultural awareness, showing their commitment to maintaining a mutually beneficial relationship with its partners. Of course, Brivia also invests in other local communities, giving the company and its subsidiary a positive reputation in Montreal and across Quebec.