Welcome
to the most
vibrant

neighbourhood
of montreal

Griffintown’s reputation is well established. Formerly an industrial district, it is now the place of choice for worldly citizens who aspire to a life rich in urban and human experiences. You will find a multitude of trendy restaurants, bars, design and deco boutiques, café-bistros and small neighbourhood grocery stores. Not to mention the attractions of the Lachine Canal and its many possibilities, the parks, the Robert Bourassa esplanade and its urban artworks. The Ottawa Street cultural corridor stretches from the Darling Foundry to L’Arsenal Contemporary Art. The area boasts many art galleries, artists’ studios and cultural events.

Griffintown is very well served by public transportation with the new REM station just a stone’s throw away, the STM transportation system, as well as numerous BIXI stations.

Restaurants

You don’t have to go far to have fun and eat well. The neighbourhood is full of trendy restaurants and bars as well as small local grocery stores to satisfy the most demanding epicureans.

Shopping

It’s impossible to get bored thanks to the area’s bustling energy. The streets are dotted with designer boutiques and home décor stores, and the neighbourhood is full of art galleries, artists’ studios and cultural events.

Parks

The Griffin Square project is located in close proximity to the attractions of the Lachine Canal and its many possibilities such as the parks, the Robert Bourassa esplanade and its urban artworks. The Ottawa Street cultural corridor stretches from the Darling Foundry to L’Arsenal Contemporary Art.

Cafés

When it’s time to take a break from the daily grind, it’s easy to find a warm and inviting café to relax, alone or with friends.