An urban living environment

An urban centre with a magnificent view of the river, downtown Longueuil is a vibrant living environment where home, work, school and play are all within walking distance.

Downtown Longueuil can be described as a true major urban centre because of its metro station, its central public square and its diverse features.

The city centre is an ideal site for innovative real estate development projects in the heart of the business, culture and knowledge district.

Downtown within a 5-minute walk:

  • 9 minutes from downtown Montréal
  • Already home to 5,000 residents, 8,000 workers and 10,000 students
  • 3 universities and 2 hotels
  • The greatest concentration of high-rise buildings on the South Shore 
  • Several branch, government and private company offices
  • A network of walkways connecting the various downtown buildings and the metro
  • Links to the metropolitan bike path network


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Unique business opportunities

The downtown area offers exceptional development opportunities and competitive land potential in one of the last available waterfront sites in the Greater Montréal area. It is strategically located and ready to welcome innovative, unique and sustainable projects in all five of its development sectors:


Development potential in the city centre: 

  • Private investments of $3 billion
  • More than 8,500 new housing units
  • More than 1.5 million m2 of office space
  • More than 100,000 ft2 of commercial and service space


Potentiel de développement



Place Charles-Le Moyne sector – PCL

As the site of the Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke metro station, this sector, which forms the heart of downtown Longueuil, is home to a variety of activities that give it its metropolitan flair.

A major real estate develpment project of Devimco in the downtown area, valued at nearly $ 500 million, calls for the creation of nearly 1,200 housing units as well as various commercial spaces, and will make the Longueuil–Université-de-Sherbrooke metro station universally accessible. 

Secteur Place Charles-Le Moyne

The business and university hubs are complemented by abundant cultural elements, as well as new buildings that house shops and services, bringing life to the neighbourhood. 

Whether you live, work or study here, a network of walkways between the various buildings and the metro allows you to reach your destination on foot, rain or shine! 

A destination in itself, the city centre offers you breathtaking views of the river and of the Monteregian Hills!


Longue-Rive sector

Longue-Rive sector – LR

The Longue-Rive sector stands out for its prestigious residential high-rise building featuring public galleries on a human scale. With a stunning view of the St. Lawrence River and downtown Montréal, Longue-Rive is the site of the last remaining vast riverside spaces still available for development in the Greater Montréal area.

A huge 35-hectare riverside park will enhance this area for the benefit of the entire population of Longueuil.


Place Longueuil sector

Place Longueuil sector – PL

The redevelopment and consolidation of this sector will revitalize this strategic district, which is located between Place Charles-Le Moyne and the heritage site. Ground-level developments will encourage public green spaces, consolidate local shops and services, and promote the construction of residential buildings.


College sector

College sector – CC

The College sector offers a living environment made up predominantly of institutional and office spaces. Situated at the south end of the Jacques-Cartier Bridge, the area is mainly comprised of the Champlain College campus and the land adjacent to boulevard La Fayette.


Bridge sector

Bridge sector – DP

Located around the Jacques-Cartier Bridge easement and the boulevard Taschereau interchange, the Bridge sector will be completely revamped to feature an iconic gateway to the South Shore, new office buildings, and a redesigned boulevard Saint-Laurent.


Find out more

The vision, key projects and investment opportunities conducive to the development of each sector are defined in Longueuil Centre-ville magazine. You will also find a description of each property, as well as its specific characteristics  The project’s vision and framework are defined in the Programme particulier d’urbanisme Centre-ville (PDF in French).

Find the perfect lot for you by consulting the interactive map and detailed lot information sheets!




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