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Notre-Dame Street was created in 1600 running parallel to the Saint Lawrence River.
As of 1860 Notre-Dame underwent radical changes and became Montreal’s Main street:
Commerce flourished and Notre-Dame quickly became Montreal’s retail haven.
The property consists of two buildings built in 1868. Historically, the buildings were used
as a storefront with commercial storage. The buildings have since been thoroughly
renovated to comprise of twenty-four stunning residential units and two commercial
spaces on the ground floor below. Although the buildings were redesigned, they retain
charming characteristics unique to Old Port.
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