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Shaughnessy Village

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Due to it's highrises, this vibrant neighbourhood is the most densely populated neighbourhood in all of Quebec. However, you will find hidden away on sidestreets old Victorian homes dating back to late 19th Century. Bordered by Atwater Avenue on the west, Sherbrooke Street on the north, Guy Street on the east and Boulevard René-Lévesque on the south. This area borders Dawson College and Concordia University. Look for hidden gems in the south east below René-Lévesque on Rue de Souvenir, and also the side streets around Tupper.
The following images are just a few, there is much more to look at.

De Maissoneuve Boulevard - looking east
Victorian homes and apartment buildings

Cabot Square - corner of Atwater and Saint Catherine streets
dates back to 1870

James Johnston House - (built 1889) now a Catholic Centre
2005 Saint Marc Street, corner de Maissoneuve Blvd

Victoria School - (built 1888) 1822 de Maissoneuve Blvd
now The Montreal School of Catering and Tourism

Apartment buildings, corner of Saint Marc and Tupper streets

Tupper street

Salvation Army building - (built 1907) originally Emmanuel Congregational Church
2085 Drummond Street, between Sherbrooke and de Maisonneuve

Grey Nuns Motherhouse - (built 1878)
Rene-Levesque Blvd corner of Guy Street

Frederick Thomas Judah House - (built 1874)
1980 Rene-Levesque blvd, corner of Fort Street

Joseph Wilfrid Antoine - Raymond Masson House - (built 1851)
2080 Rene-Levesque blvd, corner of Fort Street

Shaugnessy Village - looking from Rene-Levesque Blvd north
Highrise apartments, with Victorian homes and tree lined streets scattered about

Rue Souvenir - (homes built in 1890's)
small side street south of Rene-Levesque and east of Atwater street

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