LaSalle: A Borough for Everyone
Conveniently located between Downtown Montreal and the Trudeau Airport, LaSalle has gradually become a crossroad where urban areas and green spaces come together.
LaSalle has several residential areas, as well as a multitude of green spaces, like the parks that border the Lachine Canal, the Aqueduct Canal, and the St. Lawrence River.
LaSalle’s dual nature makes it an enviable place to live, where urban dynamism and easy accessibility coexist with fresh air, rippling rapids, and birdsong.
A Haven for Nature
LaSalle’s Parc des Rapides is home to a migratory bird refuge, which boasts 225 bird species, 66 types of fish, amphibians, reptiles, mammals, and some 250 kinds of plants.
The Parc des Rapides is an ideal location for an unbeatable view of the St. Lawrence and its rapids, as well as for many outdoor activities like biking, bird watching, kayaking, walking, or fishing.
A Cultural Hub
LaSalle hosts many cultural events. Visit L’Octogone library, the Henri-Lemieux cultural and community centre, the Fleming Mill, or the Théâtre Desjardins to get your dose of culture.
Plus, each summer, the borough organizes free family activities in the parks. Shows, games, music, and entertainment keep LaSalle’s residents happy!
Close to Everything
Because of it’s proximity to a commuter train station and major highways, LaSalle offers a peaceful lifestyle with direct access to Downtown. So whether you’re using a car or public transit, getting around is easy!
The LaSalle borough has 16 km of bike paths giving access to its many natural spaces and heritage sites.
Each year, over 160,000 people use the 8-km riverside bike path. Bikers also enjoy the path that goes all the way from the Aqueduct Canal to the city centre.
Something for Everyone
Though they’re only a few minutes from Downtown Montreal, LaSalle residents can obtain all the goods and services they need in the Angrignon commercial hub, which is close to home. Living in LaSalle means having access to big-city amenities, but in a community on a human scale.
A Wise Investment for New Homeowners
Thanks to innovative real estate projects like the Quartier Angrignon or The Highlands neigborhood, LaSalle is on the upswing. Check out LaSalle’s new residential project at the Habiter Montréal website.
The borough has a diverse real estate market. You’ll find everything from duplexes and triplexes, to single-family homes and new condos. LaSalle is sure to have just what you’re looking for. In fact, over the last 12 months, the majority of condos sold for less than $250,000, and 50% of the buyers of single-family homes paid less than $370,000. In fact many of LaSalle’s properties are eligible for the City of Montreal’s financial assistance program.