Demographic growth, major real estate projects, infrastructure and design work have been transforming the face of Griffintown over the past several years. A major urban project managed by Montréal is designed to create a district where life is pleasant, inspired by the history of this treasured neighbourhood in the Sud-Ouest.
An ambitious urban planning program
Adopted in 2013, and reflecting the aspirations of local stakeholders, Griffintown’s special urban planning program, presents both a neighbourhood vision and the actions that are currently being implemented by the city to transform this former industrial area into an innovative, livable and sustainable neighbourhood.
Work progress and day-to-day impacts
Several municipal initiatives are being used to minimize the impact of these projects on your daily life. To make life around the project sites easier, you can frequently read about the type of work, street closures, service interruptions, as well as the mitigation measures used to limit project impacts.
Information and services
Tips and articles
- Design plan for Parc du Bassin-à-Bois and Place des Arrimeurs
- Griffintown district: Work underways
- Griffintown, a neighbourhood in transformation
- Griffintown: Archaeological discoveries
- Griffintown: Stay informed
- Griffintown: Work planned for 2021
- Reconstruction of underground infrastructure in Griffintown
- Rue Ottawa cultural corridor
- Rue William: infrastructure and urban design projects
- See the redesign of Rue Peel in the Griffintown area
- William and Saint-Thomas retention infrastructure
- Work notice: Griffintown district
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