Want to know how many social housing units there are on the island of Montréal? See which neighbourhoods are best served by low-cost housing, non-profits or housing co-ops? Read this report.
As of December 31, 2019:
- There are 62,707 social and community housing units on the island of Montréal, including 60,621 in the city’s boroughs.
- Nearly 35 per cent of social housing is low-cost housing. There are 10,787 low-cost units for senior citizens and 9,862 for families and singles under age 60.
- 30.8 per cent of social housing units is offered by housing non-profits and 23.9 per cent by housing co-ops.
- Of the 6,856 public housing units that are not low-cost, 67.5 per cent is owned by the SHDM.
Want to know more? The document below lists the social and community housing units by district, borough and neighbouring municipality in Montréal.