Montreal Real Estate Information
As Canada's second-largest city, Montreal has a vibrant nightlife,
love of sports, world-class museums, orchestras, shopping and year-round
festivals. Montreal, like some other large cities, is a city of neighbourhoods.
All these small villages had their own history, architectural style,
etc. Some of those old neighbourhoods have disappeared or changed completely
but most retained their personality.
Although you'll find Parisian charm - the French language, fine restaurants,
historic buildings, lively streets and sidewalk cafes - you'll also
find a bilingual, bicultural city. Montreal has a high appreciation
for the arts, seen in its many museums: Pointe-a-Calliere Museum of
Archaeology and History, Centre d'Histoire de Montreal; and in the downtown
area, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Musee des Beaux-Arts), the McCord
Museum of Canadian History and the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Downtown Montreal (Centre-Ville)
Chinatown (quartier chinois)
Prince-Arthur and Duluth
Ahuntsic and Cartierville
Hochelaga-Maisonneuve (pôle Maisonneuve)
Latin quarter (Quartier latin)
Old Montreal (Vieux-Montréal)
Montreal real estate (general)