Located in the Angus eco-district, an unparalleled work environment
4751 Molson Street, at the intersection of Mont-Royal avenue
An architecture created by Provencher_Roy
What makes the strength of the Angus district
Angus is a central and lively district. From the first steps, you will see how much local businesses enrich the Angus experience. Here, you will live a simplified and authentic daily life.
Designed for the well-being of its occupants, the five-storey buildings offer generous windows with unobstructed views and offer the possibility of modulating the spaces according to the needs of its tenants.
At a walking distance, you can reach a Provigo, an SAQ, a cheese dairy, a bakery, a butcher shop, the Locomotion training studio, the Escale Santé spa, an optometry clinic and all medical services.
Tempting culinary offer
The many restaurants in the area are a delight. Between the Café Station W, the Magnolia bistro, the Mamie Clafoutis bakery, the Pizzeria no.900 and the gourmet Hoogan et Beaufort, one of the best tables in Quebec, the hardest part is choosing your lunch!
Facing Jean-Duceppe Park, the LEED-certified Angus eco-district includes green paths and an urban wooded area, a pedestrian street and three public squares overflowing with greenery.
It is easy to reach Angus by public transport, by bike or by car. A bus line dedicated to the sector — 25 Angus — connects the green and orange lines of the metro and 2 cycle paths cross the site. Underground parking lots are also available.