Commercial Real Estate Broker
Pierre Melillo has been working as a real estate broker for 25 years. He has earned an enviable reputation in his field over the years. Dozens of customers, sellers and buyers have given him their confidence and can testify to their great satisfaction with the quality of his services and the success of their mutual collaboration.
Specialized in the commercial field, he initiated and concluded several transactions that allowed the development of many projects.
In recent years, thanks to his extensive network of business relations, he has actively participated in the revitalization of Old Montreal by attracting buyers interested in creating a renewal in this area of the city. Sellers also benefited from his advice and expertise.
Over the years, he has carried out significant mandates elsewhere in Quebec, including the negotiation and sale of the Manoir Richelieu in Charlevoix and the negotiation of the Charlevoix casino, now annexed to the Manoir.
He also worked for several years in the field of construction as a general contractor. His accomplishments included an expansion of the Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier at Place des Arts and multi-unit buildings. At the head of a family business specializing in the sale and installation of tiles, marble and terrazzo, he has carried out major works such as the Olympic Village, the Mirabel airport and the condominium complex The Sanctuary of Mount Royal.
Pierre Melillo, real estate broker, graduated from André-Grasset College in Montreal and studied architecture at the University of Montreal.
Pierre Melillo is an independent real estate broker. Do not hesitate to rely on his experience and expertise by contacting him by telephone at 514.926.4409 or by e-mail at the following address: email@example.com
Real Estate Brokerage Achievements
The Manoir Richelieu in Charlevoix - Quebec
The Casino Charlevoix appended to the Manoir Richelieu -Quebec
Achievements in the field of construction
Enlargement of Wilfrid-Pelletier Hall at Place des Arts in Montreal
The Olympic Village of Montreal
The Sanctuary of Mount Royal