The spirit of spring

DevMcGill is very proud to present a unique project “Beaumont” in partnership with Sobeys to build tomorrow’s living spaces, today. Beaumont culminates in a mixed use of commercial and residential buildings, ideally located close to public transportation and essential services, meeting the needs and desires of its residents. This historic area of NDG known for its intermingling flavors, experiences and cultures offers energy unlike anywhere else in Montreal.

The Pulse of the Neighbourhood

Le Beaumont is situated in an exclusive area close to major universities and healthcare institutions. It is minutes away from downtown and steps from the quaint Monkland village, with its multitude of restaurants, sidewalk cafes, boutiques and a variety of services. The range of broad avenues boarded with old growth trees makes this the perfect area to live. Charming co-props, duplexes, condos and old-style homes from the 1900s-1930s are abundant in this area, which is known to have a European flavour due to its blend of Francophone and Anglophone residents and businesses.

The Monkland Village is a neighborhood district in the Montreal borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. The area derives its name from Monkland Avenue, the commercial street at the heart of it. Villa Maria metro station is located at the eastern end of Monkland Avenue.


In the spring, the pulse of the terrace culture starts beating as more and more people start occupying the sidewalks. Monkland Avenue has gone through various highs and lows, however, since the summer of 2013 the strip has transformed into an upscale commercial street and is doing very well. It is home to many small businesses including restaurants (Monkland Tavern, Lucille’s, Al Dente), cafés (St-Viateur Bagel, Second Cup, Marconi’s), bars (Typhoon’s, Ye Olde Orchard), food stores (Le Maître Boucher, Première Moisson) and unique boutiques (Ciel Bleu, Kidlink, Enfantino).


In 2013, the Monkland Merchants Association organized a very successful street festival that ran over 3 days. In 2015 it attracted more than 250,000 attendees. It hosts over 20 food trucks and 50 independent merchants. Other exciting additions to the neighbourhood in 2015 included the arrival of new businesses such as Café Di Mercanti, Le Cheese, Casa de Mateo, Food de Toi, Bistro Amerigo, and Bacaro Pizza.

Monkland restaurants

Let us welcome the delivery of the exclusive world of Le Beaumont. This is where bourgeois meets bohemian on unique rooftop terrace that offers splendid panoramic views never before seen in NDG. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to live in a place that suits all your lifestyle needs.

Panoramic views

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