LIVING IN WESTMOUNT IS BEING AT THE HEART OF IT ALL!
175 Metcalfe is located in a neighborhood that offers a unique quality of life and diverse.
Sports and higher education through the latest developments in health services, Westmount provides pleasure, refinement and peace of mind.
Stroll in the heart of what was the richest and most powerful area in Canada in the late nineteenth century, the Golden Square Mile.
- - Westmount Park Elementary School
- - Westmount High School
- - Dawson College
- - Concordia University
- - McGill University
- - L'École de Technologie Supérieure
The brains are boiling through three academic institutions whose reputation is well established (McGill University, Concordia University, École de technologie supérieure) and Dawson College offering programs of general and technical education.
- - Westmount Park
- - Lachine Canal Park
- - Mount Royal Park
To walk in love or for children's play, Westmount offers large amount of parks, green spaces and unique access to the majestic Parc du Mont-Royal.
Parc du Mont-Royal was opened in 1876 and directed by landscape architect Frederick Olmsted, to whom we also owe the development of Central Park in New York.
- - CUSM
- - Atwater Market
- - Green Avenue
- - Place Alexis-Nihon
The important McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) is at the gates of 175 Metcalfe.
Formed by the merger of several major hospitals, the MUHC is also a place of research that provides health services on the cutting edge of technology and latest developments.
175 Metcalfe is conveniently located at the crossroads of the main places to go shopping, shopping and shopping experience.
Further south, the inevitable Atwater market offers a huge variety of fresh and exotic products. A little to the north-east, you adopt the Greene Avenue and Place Alexis- Nihon for a multitude of shopping or "go shopping."
Entertainment and leisure
- - Westmount Recreation Centre
- - Victoria Hall
- - Westmount Library
- - Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
- - Bell Centre
Adopt 175 Metcalfe is to provide a rich and stimulating life. The complex is located near the new Westmount Recreation Centre and the city library. The proximity of the city center will appeal to art enthusiasts (Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montreal) and hockey fans and supporters of the Montreal Canadiens (Centre Bell).