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Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
A warm family oriented community community that brings together professionals and renowned artists

Notre-Dame-de-Grâce: location

Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (N.D.G.) resides within the city of Montréal, bordered to the east by Westmount, to the west by Montreal West, to the north by Côte-Saint-Luc and LaSalle to the south. Just minutes away from downtown, N.D.G. has been the home of choice for families and young professionals for many years.

What makes N.D.G. unique

N.D.G. has a multicultural spectrum of residents who are fluently bilingual in French and English. It offers a unique blend of warmth and urban energy. Thanks to its proximity to downtown, the quality of life shines through in many ways, substantial green spaces, tree-lined streets and trendy shops and restaurants.

Life in N.D.G

N.D.G. is home to a varied group of families and professionals of all ages, from executives to musicians, artists and university professors. The influx of new residents to N.D.G. has contributed to the transformation of a cheerful stretch from Wilson into Monkland vollage wich represents the heart of the community with elegant 1920 apartment buildings, fine restaurants, charming boutiques, gourmet grocery stores and popular sidewalk terraces.

Numerous bus and metro lines service N.D.G. The community is home to 18 parks, one hospital, a CLSC, many medical centres, numerous schools, daycare centres, Concordia University, a YMCA, 20 churches and a number of cultural centres.

History

N.D.G. was originally established as a farming community. Its melon farms and apple orchards were renowned throughout North America. Some of the street names still reflect N.D.G.'s agricultural roots. When an upscale residential development changed the nature of the district during the early part of the last century, the attractive countryside with beautiful houses attracted many professionals from the city.