Beginning in August and through the end of October, Avenue Masson is reserved for pedestrians. In the centre of this commercial street, a public place that’s perfect for gathering and strolling brings residents and merchants closer together.
This public place, which is located on Avenue Masson in front of the Église Saint-Esprit-de-Rosemont, is in the centre of this commercial street and a meeting place that residents and merchants have eagerly awaited. Between 5e and 6e avenue, this lively part of the street has been divided to create a new centre and boost commercial vitality. A public square has also been created south of the intersection of 2e Avenue and Rue Masson to make this oversized intersection safer and offer an additional space for residents and users of the street to relax, socialize and enjoy activities.
- Give residents a public place that strengthens the atmosphere of the historic village centre through a development concept that promotes lingering, relaxing and interacting with others.
- Seated spaces
- High tables
- Linear benches with poetic engravings
- Swinging chairs
- Adirondack chairs
- Bistro chairs
- Greened areas
- Palm trees and many planters with flowers and plants