A multicultural neighborhood near downtown.
Often referred to as NDG, Notre-Dame-de-Grace is located in the west end of Montreal and features tree-lined streets, historic buildings and a family-friendly atmosphere. It is one of the most populous and ethnically diverse areas in Montreal. Attractions include the Segal Centre for Performing Arts, Saint Joseph’s Oratory and Snowdon Theatre. The University of Montreal and the Loyola campus of Concordia University are in Notre-Dame-de-Grace. Young professionals, students and families choose this neighborhood for its indoor sports arenas, private and public schools and easy access to downtown. It is served by two lines and 10 stations of the Montreal Metro.
A diverse and convenient neighborhood.
Home to a diverse blend of more than 100 nationalities, Cote-des-Neiges is the most populated borough in Montreal. Due to the nearby University of Montreal and Loyola campus of Concordia University, there is a large student population in Cote-des-Neiges. Families choose this neighborhood for its residential development as well as its close proximity to schools and hospitals. The neighborhood is serviced by ten stations and two lines of the Montreal Metro. There are several primary and secondary schools in Cote-des-Neiges.
Urban convenience in a charming neighborhood.
Snowdon is located in the borough of Cote-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grace. The area is serviced by two highways and a metro station. Mostly residential, Snowdon is a perfect choice for families, students, couples and young professionals. Snowdon is within close proximity to St. Joseph’s Oratory, the historic art deco Snowdon Theatre and the University of Montreal.
A peaceful community for students.
Loyola is located near Montreal-West. It is mainly residential and is known for the Concordia University Loyola Campus. As such, it is home to a large population of students. Retirees, young professionals and young families are also drawn to the neighborhood of Loyola. Residents can enjoy public parks, modern architecture, the shops on Sherbrooke Street and easy accessibility to buses in this peaceful neighborhood.
CÔTE-DES-NEIGES | NOTRE-DAME-DE-GRÂCE
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|2015||685 517 $||360 914 $|
|2014||684 122 $||348 873 $|
|2013||651 294 $||337 625 $|
|2012||642 393 $||348 126 $|
|2011||617 151 $||315 405 $|
|2010||581 765 $||322 860 $|
|Between 1961 and 1980||29%|
|Between 1981 and 1990||7%|
|Between 1991 and 2000||2%|
|Between 2001 and 2005||1%|
|Between 2006 and 2011||2%|
|Area size||21.4 km2|
|Population density||7699 inhab./km2|
|Average age||38 years old|
|The largest age group||25 to 44 years old|
|Household size||1 person: 40%
2 persons: 29%
3 persons: 15%
4 persons: 15%
5 persons or more : 2%
|Average household size||2.2 persons|
|Spoken languages||French: 32%