Quick overview of other Montreal neighbourhoods: Ahuntsic-Cartierville, Anjou, Côte-Saint-Luc, Lachine, Île-Bizard-Sainte-Geneviève, Montreal East, Montreal North, Montreal West, Pierrefonds-Roxboro, Rivière-Des-Prairies - Pointe-Aux-Trembles, Villeray-Saint-Michel - Parc-Extension..
Located on the north side of the island of Montreal, on the banks of the Rivière des Prairies, the territory of Ahuntsic-Cartierville is crossed by the Boulevard Gouin. Several bridges link it to the City of Laval. A residential neighbourhood, it offers a variety of residences: single-family homes with backyards, modern condos, apartment buildings, and high-rise buildings. Dotted with parks, the neighbourhood also has green spaces and community gardens. In addition to public transportation, the neighbourhood offers all the necessary services: shops and restaurants, schools, hospitals, CLSC, markets and post office are numerous.
Promenade Fleury (commercial street)
Saint-Louis College - Regina Assumpta College (private) - Sophie-Barat School (public) - Ahuntsic College
Located on the east side of the island of Montreal, Anjou is a borough at the intersection of highways 40 and 25. The borough is known as a shopping destination with its imposing shopping mall Les Galeries d'Anjou with more than 175 stores and restaurants, but also Place Versailles and Les Halles, the famous covered public market. Anjou is also an industrial park with some 600 companies. The residential sector, concentrated south of the metropolitan highway, is composed of condos, houses and rental units. Thanks to its residential streets, its parks and its green spaces, there is also a certain tranquility.
the Galeries d'Anjou
the Halles d'Anjou
Anjou Metropolitan Golf Club
18 parks and 6 community gardens
The city of Côte Saint-Luc is located on the West Island of Montreal. Although bilingual, Côte Saint-Luc is predominantly English-speaking. Its multicultural population is of Russian, Romanian, Persian and Spanish origin, and includes one of the largest Jewish communities in Quebec. Primarily residential, the city offers a number of sports and recreational facilities, including an aquatic center, a library and numerous playgrounds. A distinctive feature of the city is that it strictly enforces certain rules aimed at the health and safety of its residents, such as the ban on the use of pesticides and the requirement to wear a bicycle helmet. To ensure the peace and quiet of its residents, the city has a Citizens on Patrol program.
Meadowbrook Golf Club
Small ethnic businesses
14.5 km bike path
Located in the southwest of Montreal, 15 minutes from downtown and Montreal-Trudeau airport, Lachine is a very peaceful and desirable residential area. The quality of life is exceptional. It combines fresh air (Lachine riverbanks), historical accents (Vieux Lachine and Village Saint-Louis) and artistic tunes (Sculp'tour, Musée plein air de Lachine). The neighbourhood has more than twenty places of worship (Catholic, Pentecostal and Evangelical, Muslim and Sikh). Many buildings line the waterfront and bike paths. Good schools attract young families. This gives a boost to real estate projects, construction and housing conversions!
The Lachine public market (the oldest public market in Montreal)
The Sculp'tour, sculpture garden
ÎLE-BIZARD - SAINTE-GENEVIÈVE
Located on the west side of the island of Montreal, Île-Bizard-Sainte-Geneviève is known for its greenery and its two regional parks (part of the Cap-Saint-Jacques nature park and the Bois-de-l'Ile Bizard nature park), its waterways such as the Lake of Two Mountains and the Rivière des Prairies, which are inviting for sailing. The island is a joy for golfers, sailors, hikers, cyclists... For the many families, the theater adds to the cultural and leisure attractions of the island. The island is home to some very luxurious residences, some of which have a magnificent view of the Rivière-des-Prairies.
Bois-de-l'Île-Bizard Nature Park
Part of the Cap-Saint-Jacques nature park
Royal Montreal Golf Club (the oldest in North America)
Eugène-Dostie and Saint-Raphaël sports complexes
The Montrealers of Montreal East represent some 4100 inhabitants. Although the area has green spaces and access to the river, it is best known for its industrial parks. Well served by transportation routes to the north and south shores, downtown and the Port of Montreal, it attracts entrepreneurs looking for land and buildings. Montréal-Est also relies on green technology companies to vitalize economic development and the circular economy. Beyond its industrial aspect, Montreal East offers affordable housing, public transit and health services.
Access to the waterfront
Located on the northeast side of the island of Montreal on the banks of the Rivière des Prairies, Montreal North is undergoing a major transformation. Its housing stock is being renewed while offering an excellent variety of affordable housing, including a good selection of duplexes and triplexes.
Located on the north side of the island of Montreal, Montreal North is situated at the intersection of major highways and along the Rivière des Prairies. For residents, the presence of the river and the Gouin Boulevard bicycle path are the main added value of this neighborhood. A multicultural borough, Montréal-Nord is mainly occupied by tenants living in multiplex buildings (duplexes, triplexes and more). However, affordable residences are attracting more and more young families.
Three arenas (Garon, Henri-Bourassa, Fleury)
Four libraries, cultural and community centre
La Visitation regional park (eastern part)
Saint-Léonard-Montréal-Nord train station
Gouin Boulevard bicycle path
On the banks of the Lachine Canal, Montreal West is mainly inhabited by wealthy families. The vast majority of them own their homes. The houses and gardens are perfectly maintained. The flowery streets are inviting to stroll. Three quarters of the population speaks English. Access to downtown Montreal is easy thanks to Highway 20, the bus circuit and the Vaudreuil-Hudson, Candiac and Saint-Jérome commuter trains.
Numerous heritage buildings
Large family homes
Royal West Academy (private school)
Montreal West commuter train
Located in the West Island, along the Rivière des Prairies, Pierrefonds-Roxboro is a multicultural neighbourhood of 6,000 inhabitants, including a large English-speaking population. The neighbourhood benefits from beautiful green spaces and regional parks (part of the Rapides-du-Cheval-Blanc nature park and Cap-Saint-Jacques nature park). It also offers two main commercial arteries (des Sources and Gouin boulevards). Several condominiums and magnificent condos have been built in recent years with a view of the Rivière des Prairies. The neighbourhood also offers a choice of single-family homes of varying values. The presence of a commuter train station and the proximity of Highway 40 make it easy to get to downtown.
Cap-Saint-Jacques nature park
Rapides-du-Cheval-Blanc nature park
Roxboro-Pierrefonds train station
RIVIÈRE-DES-PRAIRIES - POINTE-AUX-TREMBLES
Bordered by the Rivière des Prairies and the St. Lawrence River, Rivière-des-Prairie-Pointe-aux-Trembles combines the pleasures of the great outdoors with the liveliness of neighborhood life. Its regional parks (Ruisseau De Montigny nature park and Pointe-aux-Prairies nature park) contribute greatly to the charm of this neighbourhood. The waterfront residences provide privacy and tranquility. Single-family homes make up the bulk of the housing in this residential neighbourhood.
De Montigny Creek Nature Park
Pointe-aux-Prairies Nature Park
The Rivière-des-Prairies power plant
Montreal-Mascouche commuter train station
VILLERAY-SAINT-MICHEL - PARC-EXTENSION
With its three neighbourhoods and 143,850 residents, the borough of Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension is the second most populous in Montreal. A multicultural borough (more than 75 cultural communities), the businesses, grocery stores and restaurants reflect this ethnic diversity. Civic life is developed through its parks, sports and recreational facilities, library, organizations, public events, etc. The immense Jarry Park brings citizens together, whether they are playing sports, lounging on the grass or walking the paths, letting the kites fly. Adjacent to the park, the tennis court hosts the Rogers Cup every summer. The borough also has bike paths and 9 subway stations. All of which makes for a smooth flow of traffic. The vast majority of residents are renters in typical Quebec homes.
9 metro stations
The TAZ, the largest indoor skatepark in Canada
La TOHU, center for the diffusion of circus arts
Jean Talon Market
Population: 3 823 - Density: 634 inhabitants/km2
Average age: 45 years old
Average income: $ 171 316
Housing: 93% of owners, mainly single-family homes
Language : mostly English-speaking
Population: 19 324 - Density : 1 750 inhabitants/km2
Average age: 42 years old
Average income: $ 187 171
Housing: 90% of owners, mainly single-family homes
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