A bustling lifestyle in a central location.
Montreal’s main business district, Downtown Montreal offers a fast-paced lifestyle in an urban atmosphere. The neighborhood features a mix of new and historic buildings, corporate offices, shopping centers, restaurants, public squares, museums and three universities. There are a number of schools within close proximity of the Downtown core. Railway stations, bus stations and the Montreal Metro all make convenient transportation options for residents.
An industrial history with a creative presence.
Located in the eastern end of Montreal in the borough of Ville-Marie, Sainte-Marie started out as an industrial hub and has grown into a creative and culturally interesting community. The area is home to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s Montreal headquarters, beautiful basilicas, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Canadian Centre for Architecture and other cultural attractions. Sainte-Marie is served by the Frontenac and Papineau stations of the Montreal Metro.
Old Montreal also known as The Old Port
Historic and charismatic neighborhood in an urban setting.
One of the oldest urban areas in North America, Old Montreal is located in the borough of Ville-Marie. This historic and beautiful neighborhood features cobblestone streets, interesting architecture and structures that date to the 17th century. The area offers residents and travelers a variety of cafes, shops, museums and restaurants as well as the recreation and leisure time activities of the Old Port. Business professionals are drawn to the area due to the luxury condos and office buildings.
Quartier des Spectacles
The culture and entertainment heart of Montreal.
Quartier des Spectacles is located in the heart of Montreal. This major entertainment district has concert halls, museums, art galleries, concerts and nightclubs. Major festivals such as the Montreal International Jazz Festival and the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival take place in this neighborhood. Quartier des Spectacles is within close proximity to universities, metro stations and shopping.
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|2015||1 160 946 $||401 082 $|
|2014||1 026 983 $||372 993 $|
|2013||810 141 $||372 766 $|
|2012||935 919 $||403 403 $|
|2011||928 732 $||376 492 $|
|2010||769 218 $||377 412 $|
|Between 1961 and 1980||31%|
|Between 1981 and 1990||11%|
|Between 1991 and 2000||6%|
|Between 2001 and 2005||5%|
|Between 2006 and 2011||7%|
|Area size||16.5 km2|
|Population density||6033 inhab./km2|
|Average age||39 years old|
|The largest age group||25 to 44 years old
|Household size||1 person: 55%
2 persons: 31%
3 persons: 8%
4 persons: 5%
5 persons or more : 1%
|Average household size||1.7 persons|
|Spoken languages||French: 54%