Crowley area planning

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The Crowley area is a small residential and commercial neighbourhood located in a part of the borough that’s been undergoing major changes. The residential construction and public land development projects announced for this neighbourhood are in keeping with the improvements that have already been made.

This fall, the borough of CDN-NDG wants to present the residents of the Crowley area with a plan for new residential buildings in their neighbourhood. Through consultation activities, the borough wants to provide residents with information and, especially, to obtain their point of view.

This consultation with residents of the area will enhance the planning


The Crowley area is a small residential and commercial neighbourhood located in a part of the borough that’s been undergoing major changes. The residential construction and public land development projects announced for this neighbourhood are in keeping with the improvements that have already been made.

This fall, the borough of CDN-NDG wants to present the residents of the Crowley area with a plan for new residential buildings in their neighbourhood. Through consultation activities, the borough wants to provide residents with information and, especially, to obtain their point of view.

This consultation with residents of the area will enhance the planning of the upcoming residential projects by addressing their integration with existing buildings and the needs in the area. We invite you to consult this website regularly in order to participate in the project and keep tabs on its progress.

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An area undergoing major changes

Over the course of the last decade, the southern part of the borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (CDN-NDG) has been completely transformed by the construction of the new McGill University Health Centre (MUHC). Between 2009 and 2015, the municipality carried out a great deal of work to increase the quality of the public assets, like the reconstruction of the water supply and sewer systems and the improvement of the general accessibility of the MUHC.

This work has centred on the Vendôme intermodal (subway, bus, train) station, which provides the area with good public transit. In fact, a new entry to the metro station and a new pedestrian tunnel connecting it to the Vendôme train station, the MUHC and Boulevard De Maisonneuve are being built by the Société de transport de Montréal (STM). At the same time, the Turcot interchange is being rebuilt by the Ministère des Transports du Québec. Recently, the Ville de Montréal announced a significant investment in the Saint-Jacques Escarpment nature park - another improvement in the area.

All these changes are taking place in direct proximity to the small residential and commercial neighbourhood bounded by Rue Saint-Jacques to the south, Boulevard Décarie to the east, Avenue Prud'homme to the west and the railway to the north.

Source : Lemay, 2020. Requalification de l'îlot Décarie-Crowley