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Montreal Real Estate Information - Chinatown (quartier chinois)

Montreal's chinatown is relatively small but is still interesting.
Just north of Vieux-Montréal, south of boulevard René-Lévesque, and centered on the intersection of rue Clark and rue de la Gauchetière (pedestrianized at this point), Montreal's pocket Chinatown is mostly restaurants and a tiny park, with the occasional grocery, laundry, church, and small business. For the benefit of outsiders, most signs are in French or English as well as Chinese. Community spirit is strong-it has had to be to resist the bulldozers of commercial proponents of redevelopment-and Chinatown's inhabitants remain faithful to their traditions despite the encroaching modernism all around them. Concerned investors from Hong Kong, wary of their uncertain future as part of mainland China, have poured money into the neighbourhood, producing signs that its shrinkage has been halted, even reversed.

Montreal's neighbourhoods:
Downtown Montreal (Centre-Ville)
Underground City
Chinatown (quartier chinois)
The Village
Côtes-des-Neiges
Notre-Dame-de-Grace
Prince-Arthur and Duluth
Ile Ste-Helene
Ahuntsic and Cartierville
Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (pôle Maisonneuve)
Latin quarter (Quartier latin)
Mile-End district
Old Montreal (Vieux-Montréal)
Outremont
Plateau Mont-Royal
Rue Crescent
St-Denis
Westmount

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