La nature hybride d'Anjou en fait un quartier spécial. Paisible et accueillant pour les familles, il est en pleine croissance économique. Il bénéficie de plus d'une location stratégique.
Anjou is both a quiet neighborhood reminiscent of suburban life and an important economic sector, both commercial and industrial.
Its residential landscape is mainly characterized by single-family homes, duplexes, triplexes and condominiums. More than a decade ago, condos began to be built including, among others, a vast development in Anjou-sur-le-Lac that also includes townhouses and an impressive artificial lake.
The residents of the neighborhood enjoy a considerable advantage, that is to say, to be able to travel with ease inside and outside of the Île de Montéral, since two major highways are cross at Anjou.
The 19 public parks and many other green spaces provide plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, while the two public libraries provide access to the richness of learning.
In addition to the usual sports and leisure facilities, Anjou also has a golf course, a trampoline center and an indoor petanque court.
The Anjou Galleries is a newly renovated regional shopping center and area surrounding offer even more shopping options. Opposite the shopping center are Les Halles d'Anjou , a market with outdoor kiosks and various food stores and restaurants. inside.
One of the most remarkable things about Anjou is the voluntary involvement of its residents in the neighborhood's community life. Citizens volunteer among the 80 or so organizations recognized by the borough.
Anjou has more than 1,000 employers and approximately 30,000 jobs in many industries.