15 February 2019
Bordered by Henri-Bourassa, Thimens, Cavendish and Marcel-Laurin boulevards and developed in partnership by Montclair and Sotramont, Bois-Franc is a transit- and pedestrian-oriented development (TOD and POD) that was inspired by a new urbanism approach.
14 August 2018
An unbeatable public transportation system, trendy boutiques and restaurants within walking distance, abundant green and blue areas… There is more than one reason that makes life such a great adventure in Saint-Laurent’s Bois-Franc project!
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3 July 2018
The Bois-Franc neighborhood in Saint-Laurent has only continued to grow in recent years. On top of enjoying the neighborhood’s many green spaces, Bois-Franc residents can also take advantage of numerous local shops and services […]
16 April 2018
With the POD approach, the focus is put on pedestrian traveling (Pedestrian-Oriented Development), meaning that around the neighborhood, you can find everything you need walking distance away – it’s functional, practical, economical, fast and an excellent way to stay in shape!
29 March 2018
With the arrival of the REM (Réseau express métropolitain), Bois-Franc residents will be able to travel more efficiently to the downtown core – and even to Montreal’s international airport.
22 March 2018
But what is a TOD neighborhood? TOD stands for Transit-Oriented Development, which entails a neighborhood where everything and anything is possible by foot, bike or public transit.
28 February 2018
Since 1993, the Bois-Franc project has drawn in people of all ages and backgrounds. Singles, both young and older, as well as families have a wide selection of housing options available to them – condos and townhouses - […]
22 January 2018