Known as one of Canada's most beautiful cities, Montreal is the second largest city in the country and it is an exciting place to live for individuals of all ages and lifestyles. Situated north of the of the Saint Lawrence River and south of the Riviere des Prairies, the city spans more than 4000 square kilometres and is home to almost four million people. Its diverse populations and bustling streets hold something for everyone, and InterRent's Montreal rental apartments are ideally situated for new residents to live in and enjoy the city!
Festivals & Entertainment
The island of Montreal has no shortage of exciting activities to partake in, all four seasons of the year! Sports lovers will be thrilled to catch a Montreal Canadiens hockey match, or an Alouettes football game! Countless annual festivals are put on within the city, along with numerous exciting theaters, museums, and galleries, some of which include:
- Osheaga Music Festival
- Taste MTL
- Just for Laughs Festival
- Montreal Science Centre
- Pointe a Calliere Museum
Lifestyle & Attractions
As one of Canada's oldest cities, Montreal offers a breadth of Canadian history. The city houses numerous heritage buildings, military establishments, and monuments and memorials. Stroll the cobbled streets of Old Montreal, take in some of the beautiful architecture! Some of Montreal's most exciting features include:
InterRent's wide variety of apartments for rent in Montreal means residents are sure to find the perfect location to suit their needs. Offering a selection of communities from the vibrant downtown core to the more quiet, family-friendly region of Côte Saint-Luc, and everywhere in-between, there is something for all needs and lifestyles. In close proximity to Highways 15, 40, 117, and 520, commutes to all parts of the city are easily accessible. These rental apartments are also close to numerous public parks and biking paths, and are also near to Concordia's Loyola Campus. An impressive variety of shops, restaurants, and nightlife options are also close by.