The neighbourhood of Anjou is located in the eastern part of the island of Montreal, north of Henri Bourassa Boulevard E. It is surrounded by Riviere-des-Prairies, Saint-Leonard, Montreal Est and Mercier. Although it is home to a sprawling industrial park with more than 600 businesses, Anjou also has many residential communities, with over 40,000 residents living in houses, condos and apartments. Anjou will interest people who want to live on the island of Montreal but still want peace and quiet. Proximity to Highways 25 and 40 is a definite bonus, as Montreal's other neighbourhoods, and even surrounding cities, are easily accessible. Anjou is mostly francophone, with a small yet notable anglophone presence.

An agricultural sector for most of its history, Anjou developed and urbanized from the 1950's onwards, and became a part of Montreal in 2002.

Features and attractions:

  • Les Galeries d'Anjou, a shopping mall with over 175 stores
  • Les Halles d'Anjou, a public covered market
  • Anjou Metropolitan Golf Club
  • 18 parcs and 6 community gardens

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