Neighborhood

Bois-Franc
IN SAINT-LAURENT

The Bois-Franc neighborhood
has a living environment like no other!

Green
and blue

Green space fills more than one-third of the Bois-Franc project. There are several parks, a network of over 47 km of cycling paths and walking trails, and an abundance of small oases of greenery, with many large and small squares.

  • Thousands of mature trees
  • Several parks
  • Underground electrical wiring
  • 47 km of cycling paths and walking trails
  • 31% green and blue spaces
  • Natural gas
Shops

To cater to an urban lifestyle, local stores offer a wide range of services. The grocery store, quality restaurants and specialty services are always nearby!

  • IGA Extra (with a vegetable garden on the rooftop)
  • Jean Coutu Pharmacy
  • Première Moisson
  • Chocolats Favoris
  • Optometrist
  • Physiotherapy
  • Daycare (CPE)
  • Exercise studios
  • Bank
  • Restaurants (Subway, Petinos, Pizza Pizza, Yuzu Sushi, Industria Pizzeria + Bar (opening soon)
  • And much more!
Location

Living in Saint-Laurent means living in peace and serenity while having quick access to the heart of Montreal!

TRAIN STATION
The Bois-Franc train station is located within the project and offers direct access to downtown Montreal in less than 16 minutes.

METRO
The Côte-Vertu metro station is a short commute away (bus 70, east).

REM (RÉSEAU ÉLECTRIQUE MÉTROPOLITAIN)
At only 750 m from the Alizé, the future REM will stop at the Bois-Franc station, which will bring you downtown in 15 minutes.

HIGHWAYS
Quick access to highways 13, 15, 20 and 40.

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A small town, in the big city!

For the last 23 years, over 4,000 residences have been built, and nearly 2,000 more will be built in the next 5 to 10 years. In addition, servitude controls the architecture on the whole project to ensure that your investment retains its maximum value. Montclair offers products that are in harmony with the living environment.

The horizon is yours

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