Saint-Laurent

A new and modern neighborhood with a variety of amenities

Saint-Laurent

Nouveau Saint-Laurent and Bois-Francs

 A new and modern neighborhood with a variety of amenities.

The neighborhood of Bois Francs, located in the borough of Saint-Laurent, is a recent addition to the Montreal area. Modern homes, shops and parks fill this area that was once home to the Cartierville Airport. The close proximity to the Montreal Technopark draws in business professionals as well as families. Four boulevards and a nearby train station keep the area connected to the rest of Montreal.

Saint-Laurent

 A diverse neighborhood in a thriving location.

Home to 166 different nationalities, Saint-Laurent is known as one of Canada’s most diverse areas. English and French are spoken as well as Chinese, Arabic, Spanish and Greek. Saint-Laurent is Montreal’s second largest employment hub. With several major airline offices in the area, Saint-Laurent is also the center of the Canadian aeronautical industry. There are two Montreal Metro stations, a bus terminal and three commuter train stations.

Bois-Franc

Nouveau Saint-Laurent

AVERAGE PRICE

HousesCondominiums
2015526 327 $290 834 $
2014544 755 $297 755 $
2013547 668 $281 501 $
2012512 542 $287 187 $
2011537 811 $280 664 $
2010456 030 $265 048 $

CONSTRUCTION DATE

Before 196030%
Between 1961 and 198035%
Between 1981 and 199012%
Between 1991 and 20007%
Between 2001 and 20057%
Between 2006 and 20119%

GALLERY

SOCIODEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE

Area size43 km2
Population93 842
Population density 2194 inhab./km2
Average age39 years old
The largest age group25 to 44 years old
Household size1 person: 29%
2 persons: 28%
3 persons: 17%
4 persons: 23%
5 persons or more : 4%
Average household size2.5 persons
Spoken languagesFrench: 37%
English: 26%
Other: 38%