Are you developing a residential project in one of the affordable housing zones defined in the By-law for a Diverse Metropolis? The Program for an Affordable Metropolis can help you meet some of your obligations, while creating an attractive incentive for buyers.
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.
Montréal’s Corridor culturel Ottawa will feature two masterful works of art through the end of October. Learn more about them.
Work is underway on Re Sainte-Catherine Est, in Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. It may have an impact on your trips. Here’s what you need to know.
Montréal has demolished a portion of Rue De La Gauchetière, between Rues Peel and Rue De la Cathédrale, in order to create a temporary grassy area that will make the area greener, beginning in summer 2021.
From September 2021 to spring 2022, the city will be redesigning Square Chaboillez, located within the block between Rue Peel, Rue Saint-Jacques, Rue de la Cathédrale and Rue Notre-Dame. Learn why we’re doing this work.
Construction on Avenue des Pins could impact your day-to-day routine. Here’s everything you need to know.
After a year of construction, the city is pleased to announce the end of surface development work on Rue Rioux. Learn more about improvements to the street.
Avenue des Pins, at the heart of Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, is undergoing revitalization between Rue Saint-Denis and Avenue du Parc. The city is in the process of vital underground infrastructure renovations, and is taking the opportunity to redesign the street’s surface.
The 2008 Transportation Plan proposed 21 projects to reinvent Montréal. Public consultations brought to the fore measures to reduce greenhouse gases and pollution and improve air quality and traffic flow.
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