The Cosmopolitan Charm

Located west of Côte-des-Neiges, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (NDG) is renowned for its friendly atmosphere and cosmopolitan character. This neighborhood attracts a diverse population, from young professionals to families seeking tranquility.

NDG residents are often described as warm and inclusive. The neighborhood is known first of all for its tranquility near the City Center and for its lively streets, particularly in Monkland Village, which is full of shops, cafes and restaurants.

Popular establishments such as "Monkland Tavern" offer an innovative take on Canadian cuisine, and "Ye Olde Orchard Pub" welcomes English pub enthousiasts.

Real Estate: NDG offers a variety of old houses and Duplexes full of character. Moderate to high prices, depending on the type of housing. Safe value for real estate investors.

Must-taste restaurants

In both neighborhoods, you'll find a plethora of restaurants, each offering a unique dining experience.

  • "La Khaima" (Côte-des-Neiges): An African restaurant that offers tasty dishes from the Maghreb. Couscous and tagines are a must.
  • "Pamika Brasserie Thai" (Côte-des-Neiges):An authentic experience of Thai cuisine, with deliciously spicy dishes and exotic flavors.
  • "Monkland Tavern" (NDG): A cozy pub offering comfort food like juicy burgers and classic pub fare.
  • "Ye Olde Orchard Pub" (NDG): A charming venue offering a British ambiance with a variety of traditional dishes such as fish and chips.
Green Spaces and Parks

The Côte-des-Neiges and NDG neighborhoods are surrounded by green spaces, creating a pleasant atmosphere for residents.

  • Kent Park (Côte-des-Neiges): A peaceful park with children's play areas, walking trails and picnic areas.
  • Parc Girouard (NDG):A family park with playgrounds, sports fields and shaded paths, ideal for walks.
  • Côte-des-Neiges: From modern apartments near the university to charming family homes, offering a diversity of choices for residents.
  • NDG: From old houses with character to renovated apartments, offering a range of accommodation for families and professionals.
5 Reasons to live there
  1. Peaceful life close to the City Center.
  2. Grandes écoles: Concordia University, Loyola campus, Lower Canada College and Marianopolis College
  3. Several parks and streets lined with mature trees.
  4. Real estate prices more accessible than central neighborhoods.
  5. Quick access to major highways such as 15 and 20.

In a nutshell, Côte-des-Neiges and NDG offer a unique combination of cultural diversity, urban dynamism and community charm. Whether you're a fan of international cuisine, passionate about culture, or looking for a peaceful place to call home, these Montreal neighborhoods have it all. Whether for students, young professionals or families, these neighborhoods are jewels of the metropolis offering an exceptional quality of life.

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