Discovery Map

Compare and discover the residential advantages of Montreal's neighborhoods with our interactive map. To get started, click on a borough.

Ahuntsic–Cartierville (8) Anjou (0) Côte des Neiges–Notre Dame de Grâce (13) Lachine (4) LaSalle (7) Le Plateau-Mont-Royal (8) Sud Ouest (16) Île Bizard–Sainte Geneviève (2) Mercier–Hochelaga Maisonneuve (18) Montreal North (3) Outremont (1) Pierrefonds–Roxboro (5) Rivière des Prairies–Pointe aux Trembles (8) Rosemont–La Petite Patrie (8) Saint Laurent (9) Saint Leonard (5) Verdun (2) Ville Marie (38) Villeray–Saint Michel–Parc Extension (13)

A little bit of country

“Our street is so quiet,” says Kevin, from the semi-detached house he shares with his partner Geneviève and their son Liam in Pointe-aux-Trembles. In this emerging east-end neighbourhood, the tranquility is palpable, with only a few songbirds occasionally breaking the silence

City Living with Wee Ones

“Our home is a service point for city living,” says Leïla, a substitute teacher who’s completing her education degree. In fact, it’s why she and her husband, Marc-André, a Montreal city inspector, chose to live in this condo with their three children, Adèle (age 6), Jules (age 4) et Olive (age 1).

Love at first sight for Josh and Tobin

In a perfect world, everyone would find a home as easily as Josh and Tobin did. When we met them, the couple had just moved into the condo, barely two months after they’d found it. And it doesn’t look like the honeymoon will be over any time soon.

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Making the home their own

When their son Charles was born in October 2014, Mélanie and Patrick were ready. Three years ago, the couple bought a duplex in Lachine. Starting a family was part of what made them want to buy a home in the first place.

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Keeping it in the family

All told, Claudine and Alexandre were very happy in Mile-End, where they lived in a six-and-a-half with their then-three-year-old daughter Romane. But the wee one was growing fast, as children do, and things were starting to feel a little cramped.

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My Neighbourhood