Our city is evolving, developing and transforming, to provide better quality of life. Design, transportation, housing, public space, environment: learn about the different initiatives that implement our vision of the Montréal of tomorrow.
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Pedestrian and shared-use streets, whether permanent or seasonal, provide a safe, enjoyable walking environment in the heart of the city. Try one out and you’ll discover new meeting places and opportunities for relaxation and entertainment in the heart of your favourite neighbourhoods.
Recognized as one of the world’s most dynamic shopping streets, Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest is undergoing a transformation. Learn about the three phases of this major urban revitalization project.
Social and community housing is developed by cooperatives, non-profit organizations and the Office municipal d’habitation de Montréal. It is subsidized by the city’s community housing program and that of the Québec government.
La Ville capitalise sur la planification et la transformation de secteurs stratégiques de son territoire.
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 enduring witness to our history, our ways of life and our savoir faire, urban heritage defines our Montréal identity. A variety of initiatives help to protect, enhance and interpret our heritage, allowing it to be transmitted to future generations.
Urban projects shape the face of Montréal and reflect an ambitious vision for the future. Learn how these initiatives will help improve quality of life for residents.