Cote-Saint-Luc is located at the southern part of the island of Montreal and is surrounded by Lachine, Saint Laurent, Hampstead and Notre-Dame-de-Grace. It is 47% anglophone and 17% francophone. Cote-Saint-Luc is highly multicultural, with prominent Russian, Polish, Romanian, Moroccan and Italian communities. As indicated by its five synagogues, the neighbourhood also has one of the largest Jewish communities in Quebec. Mostly a residential area, Cote-Saint-Luc has an equal numbers of houses, apartments and condos. The neighbourhood will be of interest to families who are looking for a calm part of town that provides easy access to downtown.
Cote-Saint-Luc became a part of Montreal after WWII, and became an independent city again in 2006. Today, the neighbourhood has more than 32,000 inhabitants.
Features and attractions:
- Meadowbrook Golf Club
- Ethnic shops and markets
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