Villeray - Saint-Michel - Extension Park , located in the central-eastern part of the city, is a warm and welcoming district. Being one of the most multicultural sectors, it can be considered a microsociety in Montreal. P>
These three neighborhoods may seem more different than similar, but one thing that defines them is undoubtedly their highly family-friendly orientation. From the residential point of view, they are also similar; multiplexes and apartment buildings are very common, but in some areas there are also single-family houses and condominiums of different sizes.
The sense of community and the pride of its residents are very present; One of the events they celebrate is the Volunteer Day, an annual celebration that celebrates the commitment of more than 500 local volunteers.
The main roads that cross the neighborhood are Jarry, Jean-Talon, Papineau and Iberville. With seven metro stations, several bus lines and Highway 40, travel is easy.
Villeray is probably the most peaceful of the three neighborhoods. It is known for the majestic trees along its streets and Jarry Park. It is in this same park, at Uniprix Stadium, that the annual Rogers tennis tournament takes place. This neighborhood is also the one where the population is the youngest. Strollers are part of the common landscape, as are fashion boutiques and cafes.
Saint-Michel is home to a green space that you will not see anywhere else in the city: the Saint Environmental Complex -Michel . Formerly a career, it has been redeveloped into a site that is not only dedicated to the environment, but also to culture, sport, industry and commerce. There is already a linear park, a bike path, an indoor skateboard park and the TOHU , the circus arts center. from North America.
Parc-Extension is a small area, but very colorful and affordable. It also benefits from a central location. In fact, we can consider the sector as a well hidden jewel. He is almost untouched by condo developments and other signs of gentrification. The area is known for its delicious restaurants that reflect the diversity of its population.