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Borough Mile-end

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5 most appreciated building of this borough according to our users
1Scotia Bank Park Avenue Branch
2Ancienne Merchant's Bank of Canada
3National Theatre School of Canada NTS
4Bovril Building
5Mile End old train station

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This district is not exactly an official Montreal’s district, being part of arrondissement Plateau Mont-Royal. This is the reason why Mile-End does not have clear limits. Let’s say that the Mile-End is bordered to the north by Jeanne-Mance park, Van-Horn to the South, Hutchison and Saint Dominique at the eastern limit. Being a trendy district, many people are deciding by themselves that, Mile-End east limit is Saint-Denis, including the industrial area over Saint-Lawrence.

History of Mile-End district

The existence of Saint-Louis of the Mile-End village started in 1878 by getting separated from village Côte Saint-Louis (North part of plateau Mont-royal). Saint-Louis of the Mile-End became the city of Saint-Louis 1895.

The name « Mile-End » have not a clear origin an many different historical explanations exists. The most known would be that this name came from the time this cosy village was located at one mile from Montreal city limits. We can see this name on maps printed in 1859.

The small town of Saint-Louis have experience a big expansion in the end of 20th century when Canadian Pacific Railroad built a railway near the town causing many industries to came around and settle in. In that time, Saint-Louis limits where up to Saint-Zotique Street to the north (area now part of Little Italy).

296 Pictures of Mile-end, Montréal.


Historical buildings and skyscrapers in borough Mile-end
Skyscrapers
5333 Casgrain Avenue
5333 Casgrain Avenue
Résidence des Boulevards
Résidence des Boulevards
Schools and Universities
Lambert-Closse School (CSDM)
 Lambert-Closse School (CSDM)
Académie du Boulevard
Académie du Boulevard
Saint-Louis School
Saint-Louis School
École de l'Enfant-Jésus
École de l'Enfant-Jésus
Churches
Saint-Enfant-Jésus du Mile-End Church
 Saint-Enfant-Jésus du Mile-End Church
St. Micheal Church
St. Micheal Church
Sainte-Irène and Saint-Markella Church
Sainte-Irène and Saint-Markella Church
St. Georges Church
St. Georges Church
Bank
Ancienne Banque Nationale
Ancienne Banque Nationale
Former Saving Bank Park Ave Branch
Former Saving Bank Park Ave Branch
Former National Bank
Former National Bank
Royal Bank
Royal Bank
Public Building
Rialto Theater
Rialto Theater
YMCA Parc Avenue
YMCA  Parc Avenue
Espace Go Theater
Espace Go Theater
Saint-Michel Public Bath
Saint-Michel Public Bath
Apartments
King George Apartements
King George Apartements
Excelsior Apartements
Excelsior Apartements
Hotway Apartements
Hotway Apartements
Mil N Condos
 Mil N Condos
Industrials Building
St. Lawrence Warehouse
St. Lawrence Warehouse
Ubisoft Montreal
Ubisoft Montreal
Frontenac Brewery
Frontenac Brewery
Bovril Building
Bovril Building
Commercial
Le Lux
Le Lux
9, rue Laurier Est / Saint-Laurent
9, rue Laurier Est / Saint-Laurent
H. Lalonde et frère
H. Lalonde et frère
Blouin building
Blouin building
Monasteries, Religious Buildings
Résidence Saint-Dominique
Résidence Saint-Dominique
Le Carmel
Le Carmel
Soeurs Franciscaines Missionnaire de Marie
Soeurs Franciscaines Missionnaire de Marie
Typical Duplex and triplex
Triplex On Saint-Urbain
Triplex On Saint-Urbain
Row Plex On Park Avenue
Row Plex On Park Avenue
Triplex in row on Parc Avenue
Triplex in row on Parc Avenue
Twin Triplex
Twin Triplex
Contemporary Houses
Contemporary Multiplex
Contemporary Multiplex
5755 Waverly
5755 Waverly
La Maison Poupée
La Maison Poupée
City pictures : borough Mile-end
Streets
Bernard Street
Bernard Street
Saint-Viateur Street / Clark
Saint-Viateur Street / Clark
Van Horne Avenue
Van Horne Avenue
Maguire Street
Maguire Street
Park
Lhasa de Sela Park
Lhasa de Sela Park
Jeanne Mance Park
Jeanne Mance Park
Saint-Michel Park
Saint-Michel Park
Lahaie Park
Lahaie Park
Graffitis
Graffiti - Clark Street
Graffiti - Clark Street
Graffiti on Arcade Street
Graffiti on Arcade Street
Graffiti Garage
Graffiti Garage
Gaïa
Gaïa
Public Places
Le Jardin du Crépuscule
Le Jardin du Crépuscule
Fairmount Street Small Public Place
Fairmount Street Small Public Place
Horizons
Saint-Laurent At Bernard
Saint-Laurent At Bernard
Mile-End textil district
Mile-End textil district
Mile-End textil district
Mile-End textil district
Railways
Railways
Wall painted publicities
Fire Proof Storage
Fire Proof Storage
Old 7UP publicity
Old 7UP publicity
Nugget Shoes Polish publicity
Nugget Shoes Polish publicity
Electrical Contractor
Electrical Contractor
Bridges / Viaducts
Viaduct Van Horne
Viaduct Van Horne
Saint-Urbain Underpass
 Saint-Urbain Underpass
Van Horne Overpass
Van Horne Overpass
Saint-Laurent underpass
Saint-Laurent  underpass
Others
Marche des Possibles
Marche des Possibles
Straight up
Straight up
Abandoned building
Abandoned building
Park Avenue in the morning
Park Avenue in the morning
Converted Landscapes
New Bike Path
New Bike Path
Building Le Milieu
Building Le Milieu
New Bike Path on Clark
New Bike Path on Clark
New Condos on Clark Street
New Condos on Clark Street
Backstreets
Saint-Urbain Backstreet
Saint-Urbain Backstreet
Murals
Bancroft School Mural
Bancroft School Mural
Under Van Horne Underpass
Under Van Horne Underpass
Painted Wall on National Theatre School
Painted Wall on  National Theatre School
Colonne 1 sous le Viaduc Van Horn
Colonne 1 sous le Viaduc Van Horn
 


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