Le Sud-Ouest/Griffintown is located southwest of downtown Montreal.
Today, Le Sud-Ouest is undergoing a major economic and social renaissance, stimulated by the reclamation of the canal for recreation in 2002; businesses opened up and numerous factories were converted into luxury loft and high end luxury condos.
Griffintown is a vibrant, creative neighborhood that combines converted warehouses and condominiums. It is bordered by the Lachine Canal, itself bordered by a pedestrian and bicycle path. Griffintown is adjacent to Notre-Dame Street West a street that offers infinite restaurants possibilities.
This part of the city is the perfect place to have investment property.
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