Montreal Neighborhoods - A Real Estate Perspective
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 Montreal Neighborhoods

Montreal neighborhoods are special because they reflect the incredible diversity of culture that pervades this city. The rich tapestry of language, and ethnicity, creates the very fabric upon which these neighborhoods come to life. Each community has it’s own unique fingerprint for you to explore! Click on the Montreal neighborhood below to view a profile of that neighborhood’s schools, map, photos, transportation, shopping and unique profile and demographics

Discover the different personalities and features of each of the Montreal neighborhoods listed below. From the historic and eclectic Le Plateau to the newly developed and trendy Sud Ouest, the oldest district of Old Montreal with it’s cobblestone streets, Monkland Village and Sherbrooke Street in NDG which offers a fantastic selection of boutiques, restaurants, cafes and grocery shops all within walking distance, there’s something for everyone!

Some of the more upscale and historic communities that combine the old charm with some modern touches are; Outremont, Westmount, Town of Mount Royal, and Hampstead. For families, Cote St Luc has a lot to offer in terms of services like parks and recreation, as well as proximity to downtown and price.  One of favorite and oldest sections of Montreal is Le Vieux Port de Montreal, also known as the Old Port. For city living, Centre Ville -downtown puts you steps away from lots of great shops, dining and night life and for the more trendy and artistic types, Mile End is enjoying a strong revitalization. Visit the neighborhood capsules below to learn more about each area’s schools, transportation, housing, demographics and photo galleries.

Watch  Montreal Neighborhood Videos

Montreal: City of Contrasts

The National Household Survey, part of the 2011 census, revealed a wealth of information about the origins and habits of Canadians.

Via the Montreal Gazette and Roberto Rocha, the link below displays a map of selected data for census tracts in the Montreal census metropolitan area.

To help you explore the data, here are a few highlights, in form of questions. Think of it as a demographic scavenger hunt.

Can you find where they are on the map?

  • What area of Montreal have the most homes in need of major repairs?
  • Where on the island are home prices lowest?
  • Which non-official languages are most popular with Montreal-area residents?
  • Cantonese is the most spoken foreign language in Chinatown, but where else?
  • Yiddish and Hebrew speakers are concentrated in different parts of the city. Which ones?
  • What census tract has the most people with post-secondary degrees?
  • Which residents have the longest average commute?
  • What census tract is the only one where the majority religion is Muslim?
  • What census tract is the only one where the largest minority group in Japanese? Korean?

Click on the link below to view the interactive map of interesting demographics

Information Source Via The Montreal Gazette:

Data Visualization done by Roberto Rocha

Families with kids that are considering which neighborhood to live in based on the choice of schools and their rankings, can view the rankings on the Fraser Institutes website. Click on the link below;

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