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Opportunity Sectors – Commercial Development

Urban, enterprising and green, Châteauguay is changing all the time and never stops getting better. Strategically positioned close to Montréal, Ontario and the United States, the city offers many business opportunities, including those in the following economic development hubs.

Old Châteauguay
Old Châteauguay

The historic heart of the village, with the Châteauguay river running through it, boasts heritage treasures and a fantastic environment for restaurants, specialized boutiques and recreational tourism companies.

  • This area surrounds the first seat of municipal development. It houses many institutions (schools, church, city hall) as well as commercial properties.
  • Its vocation has changed over the years to become more residential and touristic.

See the area’s brochure (in french only)

 

Downtown
model of downtown Châteauguay

Downtown, anchored by Boulevard d’Anjou, is the home of big shops and attracts a pool of 125,000 consumers.

  • A multifunctional area dominated by commercial and institutional buildings.
  • A coveted location for residential use.
  • The neighbourhood includes a municipal institutional hub that will be consolidated in the coming years.

See the area’s brochure (in French only)

District 9
Model of district 9

This neighbourhood, planned around public transportation and active transport, commonly called Transit-Oriented Development (TOD), offers more than 2 million square feet of land dedicated to development and redevelopment that will eventually feature over 2,000 new homes.

  • Entry to the city from the Mercier bridge.
  • Area located near the EXO park-and-ride facility where a redevelopment project is underway.
  • Planned redevelopment location for high-density residential and commercial mix.

See the area’s brochure (in French only)

René-Lévesque West
Model of René-Lévesque Ouest

Gateway to the metropolitan green corridor, this area dedicated to big-box stores features over 2 million square feet of commercial space to be developed and also boasts region-wide institutions and recreation.

  • Neighbourhood next to Highway 30 that serves as an entry to the city.
  • Regional commercial and institutional vocation (health and education).
  • This area is home to a municipal sports hub, as well as a few empty residential lots ready for development in the coming years.

See the area’s brochure (in French only)

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