It’s Official, Montreal is the New Food Capital of North America according to Town & Country Magazine! After living in both Los Angeles and New York City, both great cities, Montreal still has so much to offer food wise. Great diversity and creativity in cuisine, our multicultural city lends it’s many flavors to some awesome restaurant fare. Read the article here;
Asked to name the best restaurant city in America-meaning the United States-I offered the only reasonable answer: Montreal, a city with the culture, the cooks, the restaurants, the provisions, and the hospitality. (Also of significance is Canada’s nicely diminished dollar, which makes dining a deal.)
Why Montreal is fast emerging as Canada’s cloud hub via Cogeco Peer 1. As a real estate broker that’s always interested in learning about how technology can improve our lives and businesses, I often attend tech related workshops where I have the opportunity to learn and connect with people doing some interesting things both internationally and/or around Montreal. There’s lots of creativity and talent in our small but growning Montreal Tech sector, so I’m happy to say that tech innovation is alive and well here in “La Belle Province”.
April 2016 Montréal Area Residential Real Estate Market: Condominiums
April 2016 Montréal Area Residential Real Estate Market – The latest stats from Centris
To download the report, visit http://realestatemontreal.net/montreal-real-estate-market-reports/
I always say a picture is worth a thousand words! Enjoy this video produced by the Montreal Gazetter on an architectural tour of Westmount, Montreal. Westmount has some beautiful, old heritage home that feature exceptional architectural details! To learn more about Westmount, visit my Westmount neighborhood page.
Parks Canada has called Westmount one of Canada’s “iconic neighbourhoods.” Architect Bruce Anderson conducts a walking tour of examples of its Victorian architecture. Video by John Mahoney / The Gazette
This still holds true:)
MONTREAL – Sergio Bonici is disappointed that his fourplex in Montreal has attracted little interest in four months on the market. Despite only 10 people coming for a viewing, the 50-year-old has no plans to budge from his asking price of $525,000, saying the property is a revenue-generator and ideally located near a Metro station and hospital in the borough of Verdun.
Canada Real Estate: Millenials Aren’t Rushing To Buy, according to BMO via the Huffington Post. The millenials have quite a different approach to buying a home compared to the baby boomer generation!.
People view buying a home as a milestone. It’s a time to offer hearty congratulations, to give gifts and hold housewarming parties. Millennials, however, see a home as more of an investment than a turning point in their lives. And according to the Bank of Montreal (BMO), they’re putting off the decision to buy until they feel it’s the right time.
For people who are new to Montreal you’ll appreciate Samuel & Audreys video on 30 things to do in Montreal – a mini travel guide for the city:)
When visiting Montreal consider the following top 35 things to do in Montreal as a travel video guide for all of the best attractions in the city. There is no other city in Canada or the United States of America that can compare with Montreal in terms of its diversity and European flare.
For today’s post, I’d like to share a few videos of some Drone flights that will give you that eye in the sky feeling of what Montreal is like!
This first one is by Cavort:
World class 4K aerial cinematography over Montreal Canada by CAVORT AIR. Drone video includes : The Farine Five Roses silo, Molson Brewery, St Joseph Oratory, The Bell Center (Montreal Canadiens – Habs – NHL), biosphere, The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve (Formula 1 / F1), Habitat 67, Montreal Casino, Montreal Olympic Stadium, Parc LaFontaine.
This one is Drone de Nuit by Denis-Carl Robidoux
Des scènes aériennes de Montréal la nuit. On peut y voir: -L’entrée du pont Champlain côté Verdun, -Le vieux port de Montréal (vue sur le Bota Bota, entre autres) -Rue St-Jacques (près de l’édifice de la banque de Montréal) -Basilique Notre-Dame de Montréal -Église Notre-Dame-des-7-Douleurs de Verdun.
My Beautiful Montreal by Alex Aerial Photography
Music: It’s such a pretty world today by Nancy Sinatra
This last one is over one of my favorite spots in Montreal, Parc Mount Royal by Stéphane Caubet, enjoy!!
Vue aérienne du Mont-Royal à Montréal (Québec) prise en Automne 2014. Taken from a DJI Phantom 2 with Gopro 3+ black edition More videos to come : Follow my channel !
Good article posted by the Montreal Gazette via Bloomberg News on why Canadians are thinking that it’s a good time to be selling their Florida property.
Fitful financial markets and signs of a southwest Florida real estate slowdown so unnerved Canadians Fab and Christa Michetti that they sold one of their two vacation homes there last month. The U.S. presidential election’s isolationist talk provided one more push. “How safe are my assets going to be with the change in the political landscape?”