Montreal is one of the largest Canadian cities. Mountain Mont-Royal Hill, 233 m high in the center of Montreal gave the city its name. Over the last three centuries, Montreal has turned from a small village into one of the largest ports and trade centers in the world. Also, the first Canadian banks and trading companies were founded here. Modern Montreal is a beautiful combination of cobbled streets with old mansions, modern skyscrapers, and the greenery of picturesque parks. It is considered one of the most comfortable cities in the world. Furthermore, Montreal is one of those few urban areas in the world where a very high standard of living is combined with comparatively low commercial real estate prices. If you are looking for furnished, ready to move in office space for your company, executive suites in Montreal are a great choice for many reasons: amenities included in the rent, ability to scale up the rented area if your business is growing, and hassle-free environment as the building maintenance is done by the landlord.
The Business district in the downtown is where the most of prestigious business centers of Montreal are located. Very distinctive skyscrapers, such as the Place Ville Marie will catch anyone’s eye from afar. Numerous international and national corporate headquarters here contribute to Montréal reputation as a great entrepreneurial location, although rental rates in the downtown are rather high. However, Centre Ville is not about business only. It includes the city`s entertainment hub with multiple events and places of interest. As it is easy to commute in the city, one might consider renting business premises in one of Montreal`s other fascinating districts. Public transportation here is mainly represented by buses and metro. In fact, the Metropolitan of Montreal is one of the largest in Canada. There are 4 lines, and each of them is identified by color and number.
For recreation within the city, locals prefer the cozy parks on the banks of Saint-Laurent River, where families and friends gather for picnics and barbecues. The island of St. Helena with its extensive walking areas and an amusement park is a popular leisure choice. Many people like to drive to the Mont-Royal mountain to admire the stunning views of Montreal. The glade at its footsteps every year hosts the festival of drummers. One can also visit the "Biodome", where under one roof four climates and ecosystems are reproduced. The city has a botanical garden and a port with historic buildings.