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!).

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="620"]Eglise_St_Michael St-Michael church/Wikipédia[/caption]

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.

Discover new houses in the Mile End here.

Mile End

See the boundaries of the Mile End in Google Maps.