Montreal North is a young, dynamic and affordable neighborhood located in the east of the city. With its diverse cultural community, it's a welcoming place for everyone.
Montréal-Nord continues to evolve and impress since it is undergoing a major revitalization, especially in the real estate and public transportation sectors. p>
Although it is more common to find small apartment buildings and multiplexes, several condos have been erected in recent years and others are under construction. p>
The community, made up mostly of families with children, can take advantage of the recent opening of an ATM train station and soon the bus rapid service scheduled for 2020. Montreal-North is also committed to being respectful of the and has invested in exciting initiatives such as the Eco-district . p>
Montréal-Nord includes the Saint-Vital neighborhoods, the Fleurs district, Bord-de-l'Eau and North-East. p>
Residents have access to a variety of services and activities, thanks in part to more than 100 community organizations. Montréal-Nord has four libraries, thirty parks and several places dedicated to sports and recreation.
The many schools range from primary schools to adult education centers, both French and English.
Montréal-Nord is home to two major shopping centers, the Bourassa Place and the SmartCentres Montréal-Nord, as well as other commercial sectors. notables located on various major arteries.
Because of its location on the banks of the Rivière-des-Prairies, nature is at the forefront in the lives of borough residents. Gouin Boulevard, picturesque in itself, leads to the beautiful nature park Ile-de-la-Visitation .
Montreal North has a big wheel! This is not a functional ride, however. Rather, it is a public art facility to welcome visitors to the area and the city.