Less than a short minute walk from the metro, camped in the ongoing metamorphosis of Plaza Saint-Hubert and the ever-joyful Rue Beaubien, Millen Plaza offers modern families and urban citizens the chance to call the heart of Montreal’s “urban village” their home. There, you’ll understand the true meaning of what we call “neighbourhood life.”
The true value of this project lies in the quality of life it offers its residents, whether it’s through its eco-friendly design, proximity to public transport and services, or the use of premium-quality materials that add luxury to both the interior and exterior or your new home.
Millen Plaza propose evolved lodging through three types of spaces:
HOUSES | CONDOMINIUMS | PENTHOUSES
- Separate entrance for each unit
- Private patio with garden, away from prying eyes
- Welcoming indoor/outdoor living space
- Proficient light, all day long
- Less than one minute away from metro, Bixi and Communauto stations, which will keep the city at your fingertips
From a tramway line a neighbourhood was born
Thanks in part to the arrival of the Montreal Park & Island Railway Co. tramway in 1893, the Petite-Patrie neighbourhood developed at a fast pace. People in search of a residential haven away from the industrial frenzy then started settling into the area. There, they found the peace they craved while remaining only a few minutes from the city, thanks to the tram. At the time, the promoters were advertising the neighbourhood’s “country feel, calm and remoteness from the hustle and bustle of the city.”
At the turn of the century the tramway lines greatly contributed to Plaza Saint-Hubert’s commercial development. To this day, the circuit of the former Millen tram line — known today as the metro’s “orange line”— continues to have a major impact on the vitality of the area.