Modern, trendy, with a rich history
Griffintown, a former industrial neighborhood, is the latest stylish district to emerge along the Lachine Canal.
Between city and country
The town of St-Jérôme is located on the north shore of Montreal. It is crossed by Highway 15, which connects it to Montreal and also many ski hills, north of the city. One can also go to Montreal by commuter train, starting from the St-Jérôme Station. For fans of cycling and skiing, the city offers a beautiful linear park, ‘le p’tit train du nord’, a track about 200km long which leads to Mont-Laurier, offering views of picturesque landscapes.
Prestige close to the heart of Montreal
The city of Saint-Lambert is a primarily residential community, but is supplemented by a certain level of commercial and institutional activity, an essential element of a stimulating and attractive life.
Côte-des-Neiges is one of the most cosmopolitan areas of Montreal.
With its predominantly immigrant population and ethnocultural diversity, Côte-des-Neiges is a microcosm of Montreal today.
Lachine is by far the most dramatically changed borough in Montreal in the last 25 years.
Due to its recent transformation, it has become a magnet not only for people looking for a tranquil setting, but also for avid cyclists who enjoy their sport along the Lachine Canal, which runs all the way to the Atwater market and across the Old Port.
Rosemont - La petite-Patrie
The Rosemont - La Petite-Patrie borough is enjoying growing popularity.
The Angus Technopole project, a commercial/industrial mall, contributed greatly to its revitalization.
Plateau Mont Royal
The heart of Quebec's culture and arts
The strategic location of Plateau Mont-Royal with its proximity to the biggest universities of Quebec, Montreal's business center, as well as its night life, attracts professionals, artists and students.
We have several properties located in the West Island
The West Island, which includes Pierrefonds, Dollard-des-Ormeaux and Kirkland, has a multicultural look with modern buildings and country homes side by side. The region boasts large green spaces bordering rivers and lakes, bike trails, nature parks, museums, cross-country ski trails, ecological farms, golf courses and cultural sites.