Montreal Real Estate Information - Prince-Arthur &
These two essentially pedestrian streets connect boulevard St-Laurent
with St-Denis, a few blocks to the east. The livelier rue Prince-Arthur
is lined with ethnic restaurants, primarily Greek and Portuguese, but
with Asian establishments looking to take their place. Many allow customers
to bring their own wine, readily available from nearby convenience stores.
The area is alive with street entertainers, jugglers, and street musicians.
Four blocks north of rue Prince-Arthur, rue Duluth is fairly quiet in
the blocks near St-Laurent, but more engaging near St-Denis. The mix
of cuisines is much like that on Prince-Arthur.
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)