Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

All my life was spent in these back lanes that were all similar, and of which odours, if my memory serves me well, were always the same, except, of course, during the changes of season.”

- André Major, in Montréal en prose, p.272

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Why is there so much construction in the Borough of Mercier-Hochelage-Maisonneuve? This is one of the areas in Montréal where developers have been very active, both spurring and responding to an influx of new residents.

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The borough Mercier–Hochelaga-Maisonneuve at a glance

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Living environment

 Why is there so much construction in the Borough of Mercier-Hochelage-Maisonneuve? This is one of the areas in Montréal where developers have been very active, both spurring and responding to an influx of new residents. Construction worksites are appearing everywhere and huge industrial buildings are being turned into lofts and housing co-ops. The borough’s Victorian houses are more colourful than ever, and the borough’s suburban-style property clusters are increasingly popular with young families. Innovation is everywhere as the modern residential developments of Place Valois or Contrecoeur bear witness. The borough is a favourite among today’s younger generation, which explains why it’s going through a revival. In the shadow of Olympic Stadium and close to Denise-Pelletier Theatre, the borough features several fine restaurants and offers plenty in the way of entertainment.  

Neighbourhoods in this borough

  • Maisonneuve,
  • Mercier,
  • Hochelaga,
  • Tétreaultville,
  • Viauville,
  • Préfontaine,
  • Contrecoeur,
  • Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

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A few words about the area

All my life was spent in these back lanes that were all similar, and of which odours, if my memory serves me well, were always the same, except, of course, during the changes of season.” (André Major, in Montréal en prose, p.272)

The bells of Saint-Barnabé church told me to go back home to avoid mother’s reprimands… a kind of a ‘saved by the bell’…” (Je vis Montréal, Pierre Bourbon, in Je lis Montréal, 2005).

"It’s a neighbourhood for family life and there are therefore lots of activities because of the young children.” (CIBL, 101.5 Montréal)

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