Alexander Nachaj

Votre guide

De Lorimier is an older neighbourhood that runs along a section of De Lorimier Street at the far Eastern tip of the Plateau Montreal. The area begins at Avenue Papineau on its west edge and along the train tracks past rue Masson to the north and down on the other side of Rue Frontenac to the east. Its south border runs along Sherbrooke Street East.

De Lorimier
Montréal

Style de vie

Living in De Lorimier is like the other quieter neighbourhoods in the area like Rosemont and the edges of the plateau. It's trendy, young and there's plenty of good food, cafés and other hot spots. The main difference is that life out here is a little bit slower and more relaxed than by St-Denis and St-Laurent streets further west. You won't run into any massive crowds of students or tourists.

Pouls du quartier

Pouls du quartierPouls du quartier

De Lorimier has a great vibe and lifestyle. It's still in the trendy section of town, but it's hardly ever too busy and crowded. You can walk it's streets, take in the old buildings, and not even have to see anything in particular just to feel welcome and at home.

Dans les environs

Dans les environsDans les environs

De Lorimier has a mix of long-term residents and students; though when you walk the streets or pause for a coffee or a beer you'll definitely pick up on the younger vibe and lifestyle. The people that live here are also out and about quite often, whether by bike or walking.

Démographie

DémographieDémographie

De Lorimier is right next door to some of the busiest parts of town - especially in the warmer summer months. You're right next door to Parc La Fontaine and within walking distance to Parc Mount Royal to the West or the Olympic park to the East. Lots of outdoor activities available.

Transports
Distance From 3.5 km

Distance de City Hall

TransportsTransports

De Lorimier is an area built for people who don't mind walking in the winter and biking in the summer. There are few bus routes, and no metro stations in the neighbourhood. You can get around fairly easily by car, but good luck finding any parking unless you live around here.

Le pour et le contre

Le pour et le contreLe pour et le contre

It's a great neighbourhood for people who like to walk, but less so for others who'd rather drive or hop on the buses. Also, there are quite a few parks inside the neighbourhood, but they mostly pale in comparison to the ones in the nearby areas. You might have to travel to get to more outdoor areas.

Coût de la vie
Average Home Price
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Prix moyen résidentiel

Coût de la vieCoût de la vie

There are all the amenities you need in the area, but De Lorimier has a lot of small specialty stores and restaurants as opposed to big chain grocers or shopping outlets. Regular shopping will be a little on the pricey side because of this, so you might have to drive out of the neighbourhood.

Instantané

Type le plus commun
Immeuble de faible hauteur
Propriétaires vs Locataires
27%
Propriétaires
73%
Locataires
Coût moyen des rénovations
1 $ à 999 $
Âge moyen des logements
Plus âgé
(pré-1980)
Revenu moyen des ménages
$67,666
homme vs femme
51 %
49 %
3 principales langues
FRN
ENG
SPA
La plupart de vos voisins sont
COUPLES
31%
CÉLIBATAIRES
53%
FAMILLES
16%
Déplacements en auto
15 %
16 à 30 min
1 à 15 min
14%
31 à 45 min
9%
46 à 60 min
3%
60 min et plus
1%
Types de déplacements
31%
13%
7%
3%
Déplacements en transports en commun
10 %
16 à 30 min
1 à 15 min
3%
31 à 45 min
6%
46 à 60 min
5%
60 min et plus
1%
Véhicules par prix
12%
Véhicule utilitaire sport
25%
Berline
21%
Sous-compacte
Budget d'achat automobile moyen
20 000 $ à 24 999 $
$0
$10,000
$15,000
$20,000
$25,000
$30,000
$35,000
$40,000+
Plus populaires véhicules
Mazda
7%
Toyota
17%
Honda
7%
Principaux loisirs
Parcs/Jardin municipal
Sites historiques
Restaurants, resto-bars, pubs
Magazines le plus lus
Autres types de magazines
Journaux de rue hebdomadaires
Musique
Émissions les plus regardées
Documentaires
Nouvelles et actualités
Films
Activités physiques les plus pratiquées
Jardinage
Cyclisme
Lecture
Bières les plus bues
Corona
25%
Heineken
29%
Vins les plus bus
37% Vin blanc
55% Vin rouge
Alcools les plus consommés
Vodka
Rhum

Emplacement

Attraits du quartier

Endroits à découvrir

Montreal Café

Don't let the generic name fool you; this is a solid Montreal-style café. Serving up brunch on the weekends, and delicious lattes, this is a great spot for a quick coffee or free WiFi.

Montreal Café plus d’info
Dans la Gueule du Loup

Translating to "In the Wolf's Jaw" this is a trendy little restaurant and grocer for carnivores, specializing in some serious sandwiches and subs (try the pork ones). The menu is as simple as the décor.

Dans la Gueule du Loup plus d’info
Bella Pizza

Delicious one-of-a-kind pizzeria with plenty of appetizers and creative pizza options. You can get some good deals if you take advantage of their two-for-one specials. Locals recommend any of their chicken pizza options.

Bella Pizza plus d’info
C'est la Vie

A quaint organic health food store and market. You can find more than just groceries and bulk food supplies you, you and also stock up on some item for home and hygiene, including organic cosmetics.

C'est la Vie plus d’info
Agave

An authentic Mexican restaurant offering spicy cuisine you won't find at your typical taco stand or fast food outlet. They serve every dish on massive plates with a good variety of cocktails to choose from.

Immobilier

De Lorimier is cheaper than other parts of Le Plateau, due to it being further away from shopping stretches. The houses are larger, with the signature Montreal architectural style of exterior stairwells out front reaching down to the street. Virtually the entire neighbourhood is made up of condos, apartments and duplexes. You can find some newer developments along Sherbrooke and the main streets.

Coin de rue

Ce qu’on en dit

«I've lived in this corner for quite a few years, and other than some new faces and different businesses filling in the stores, it's been mostly the same, but in a good way.»

- Karl, Resident

«It's really great out here. The people are nice and the buildings are gorgeous. You can walk to a couple of metro stations, but it's better to bike to get downtown.»

- Daniel, Student

«De Lorimier might be a tiny neighbourhood a bit of a distance from the metro lines, but for those who visit you can find some of the best secret eateries the city has to offer.»

- Josée, Hotel Concierge

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