Our very own commercial street culture where goods and services are offered to consumers and passersby and where various commercial and promotional activities take place including colorful sidewalk sales. Activities organized on a regular basis by each of the local SDC - Société de développement commercial.
Typical Montreal commercial streets with similar characteristics such as at least one kilometer long and at least 50 and up to 300 to 400 local retail businesses, most being independently owned.
De Salaberry Street
Gouin Boulevard East
In Anjou, the commercial street culture is composed of a regional shopping center first contributed to the development of a series of office buildings and large and small retail stores followed by a busy public market with its many commercial establishments such as gardeners, retailers, restaurants.
de la Côte-des-Neiges Road
Queen Mary Road
Sherbrooke West Street
Van Horne Avenue
In Lachine, most of the commercial street culture and activities take place on seven main commercial axes and clusters where hundreds of businesses are concentrated.
The axis formed by the 32nd Remembrance Street, Victoria Street and 28th Avenue is the most attractive. An axis home to the Galeries Lachine shopping centre and to many service, merchandising, manufacturing and a few other types of businesses.
The historic Notre-Dame Street in downtown Lachine is home to a rather large number of restaurants and bistros and to an interesting assortment of businesses
St-Joseph boulevard is located in the heart of the cultural district of Lachine and is home to some 20 businesses while Provost Street is home to some 60 businesses. St-Jacques Street and 45th Avenue are also among the local commercial areas.
Du Parc Avenue
Hundred of shops are located on Monk Boulevard in the Émard and Côte-Saint-Paul surroundings. A commercial street located near the Monk metro station, the bike path along the Lachine Canal and the 15 and 20 Ville-Marie highways.
The rue Centre is located in the middle of the Pointe-Saint-Charles area. A commercial street that offers a variety of products and services that reveal the origin of some of the local residents.
Rue Notre-Dame is located in the South-West of the borough in the Saint-Henri, Little Burgundy and Griffintown areas and its many shops are easily accessible from the Place-Saint-Henri and the Lionel-Groulx metro stations.
Each of the two shopping centers located in L'Île-Bizard-Sainte-Geneviève offer various products and services to the residents of the borough.
Montréal-Nord is home to three important commercial street culture, Charleroi, Fleury East and Monselet Streets. Also located in the borough are three major commercial areas situated on Pie IX, Léger and Henri-Bourassa East boulevards.
Among the major shopping centers serving the local residents, the Bourassa Plaza, the Smart Center and the Forest Shopping Center are among the favorite. Montréal-Nord is also home to several commercial areas including the Desy Plaza on Henri-Bourassa boulevard and the Léger Mall on Léger boulevard.
Although Outremont is a predominantly a residential neighborhood, the borough does offer three commercial streets to its residents, along with a few other commercial areas.
Professional offices are established on Bernard Street and on Laurier and Van Horne Avenues as well as various types of small shops and restaurants and small businesses specialised in emerging technologies and media industries.
The commercial street culture of Pierrefonds-Roxboro and its many business establishments are mostly related to transport and warehousing, professional services and retail trade.
Sherbrooke Street East
Maurice-Duplessis Boulevard East
Notre-Dame Street East
Henri-Bourassa Boulevard East
La Petite Italie
The Poirier Street and the Côte-Vertu, Décarie and Marcel-Laurent Boulevards each play an important role in the commercial street culture of the St-Laurent borough. Commercial streets and small commercial areas that each offer various types of businesses including fancy boutiques, exclusive restaurants and major department stores.
Jean-Talon Street East
In Verdun, the commercial street culture is composed of more than 250 retail businesses and professional offices scattered on 13 streets and many areas. A commercial street culture that definitely needs to be disvovered by foot, wallet or camera in hand.
de la Montagne Street
Notre-Dame Street West
Ontario Street East
Ste-Catherine Street East
Ste-Catherine Street West
Sherbrooke Street West
La Gauchetière Street West
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Commercial Street Culture by Rachel Louise Barry