Stands, public benches, floral arrangements and terraces, Ontario Street, in the heart of the vibrant Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district, brings a dynamic atmosphere to this area known for its animated restaurants and bars.
With its rich architectural heritage, this colorful neighborhood, now called HOMA, stands out for its charming, peaceful streets and its friendly, festive atmosphere.
Close to the heart of the city, major tourist attractions (Biodome, Planetarium, Olympic Stadium, Botanical Gardens) and the magnificent Maisonneuve Park, HOMA has a unique and timeless urban charm. Close to numerous metro stations, public markets and green spaces, HOMA is an ideal area for families, young professionals and seniors looking for a vibrant neighborhood life.
HOMA also stands out for its proximity to city services, the Jacques-Cartier Bridge and the many primary and secondary schools in the area.
Exploring HOMA with our broker Frederic Vinet – Key informations Visit Hochelaga-Maisonneuve Lively, colorful and festive, HOMA is a neighborhood situated south of Montreal’s Olympic
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