Bordered by Jean-Talon Street to the north, St. Denis to the east, Sherbrooke to the south and Parc Avenue to the west, Mile End is technically a part of the Plateau Mont Royal and close to Rosemont and Outremont. Most Montrealers distinguish between the two, however, with the Mile End being a very bilingual neighbourhood with a strong anglophone community. Consisting mainly of apartments, the neighbourhood also has a few condos. It will be of interest to people who wish to live in a vibrant community that is full of life (after all, the Mile End is part of the Plateau!).
Features and attractions:
- St. Michel and St. Antoine churches
- The many small shops of Park Avenue and its surroundings
- Saint-Louis of Mile End's old city Hall
- The National Theatre School of Canada
- The Mile End Library
- St-Laurent Warehouse
- Mont Carmel Monastery
- Rialto Theatre
Discover new condo projects in the Mile End here.
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See the boundaries of the Mile End in Google Maps.