Apartment Rental


Downtown Montreal

In the heart of urban activity of Montreal, Les Habitations du Centre-ville offer an unparalleled quality of life close to all services.

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  • Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

    Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

    CMHC helps Canadians meet their housing needs. As Canada’s authority on housing, we contribute to the stability of the housing market and financial system, provide support for Canadians in housing need, and offer objective housing research and advice to Canadian governments, consumers and the housing industry. Prudent risk management, strong corporate governance and transparency are cornerstones of our operations.

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  • Régie du logement Québec

    Régie du logement Québec

    Created on October 1, 1980, the Régie du logement is a specialized administrative tribunal that holds exclusive jurisdiction in matters of rental housing to hear all applications pertaining to leases. Its mission is described in the Act respecting the Régie du logement and many of its operating mechanisms are enacted by regulations made under that Act. In order to promote more harmonious relations between lessors and lessees and ensure that each party complies with the obligations arising from the lease, the legislator entrusted the Régie with a double mandate: providing the public with adequate information and with effective recourses in the event that a party fails to comply with its obligations.

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  • Complexe Desjardins

    Complexe Desjardins

    Covering a total area of approximately 4 million square feet, Complexe Desjardins is the largest building in the metropolitan area. It includes: 3 office towers with a total of 99 floors; 3 parking levels; A commercial gallery with 110 shops and restaurants, including a grocery store and one of the loveliest food courts in Montréal; An immense public plaza in the very heart of the Complexe, where a wide variety of events are organized throughout the year; A complete Customer Service Several Desjardins Group institutions; Numerous governmental services, such as Revenu Québec, the CSST, a post office, etc.; 15 ATM machines; Health services including a clinic, a radiology centre, two dental clinics and an optician; Facilities for individuals with impaired mobility; Direct access to the luxury Hyatt Regency Montréal hotel.

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  • Places des Arts

    Places des Arts

    The objects of the Société de la Place des Arts de Montréal are to operate a business for the diffusion of the performing arts, to administer the Place des Arts de Montréal and the Amphithéâtre Fernand-Lindsay in Joliette, and to establish the artistic programming at the Maison symphonique for organizations other than the Orchestre symphonique de Montréal. These activities are to be conducted, more specifically, so as to provide a residence for major arts organizations and improve access to the various types of performing arts, and promote arts and culture in Québec. The Société produces, co-produces, and hosts artistic works originating in Québec or abroad, featuring both emerging artists and international stars, in collaboration with artistic organizations, producers, creators, and the entire cultural community.

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  • Palais des congrès de Montréal

    Palais des congrès de Montréal

    The mission of the Palais des congrès de Montréal is to attract and host conventions, exhibitions, consumer/trade shows, conferences, meetings and other events. A public institution with a commercial vocation, the Palais generates important economic and intellectual spin-offs for Québec and contributes to enhancing Montréal’s international reputation as a first-class destination

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  • Google Canada

    Google Canada

    The Google story begins in 1995 at Stanford University. Larry Page was considering Stanford for grad school and Sergey Brin, a student there, was assigned to show him around. By some accounts, they disagreed about nearly everything during that first meeting, but by the following year they struck a partnership. Working from their dorm rooms, they built a search engine that used links to determine the importance of individual pages on the World Wide Web. They called this search engine Backrub. Soon after, Backrub was renamed Google (phew). The name was a play on the mathematical expression for the number 1 followed by 100 zeros and aptly reflected Larry and Sergey's mission “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.”

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