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Borough NDG

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5 most appreciated building of this borough according to our users
1Hamstead Court Apartements
2River's Edge Community Church
3St. Monica's Church
4Monastère du précieux sang
5Saint-Ignatius of Loyola Church

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Urban indicators of borough

History of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Formerly, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (NDG) parish covered a territory very vast starting near Atwater Street going up to the town of Lachine. For a while, NDG like many Montréal’s boroughs was a place of agriculture. Among many thing cultivated there where apples which were exported up to England. Melon was also cultivated on the Décarie farm.

About the years 1900 the first line of tram appears in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, a line starting at Mount-royal Street, circumvents the mountain and ending in the Snowdon station was now transporting people elseware in Montreal Island . Slowly but surly the village was evolving around NDG church which was a master church for about seven parish of the west Island. About 1920 NDG received more English-speaking resident starting point of the construction of many schools and churches. The most significant change for NDG came in 1966 – 1967 with the construction of Decarie express way which literally split the borough by digging a huge scar in NDG Urban grid.

Notre-Dame-de-Grâce today

Today, NDG is a very vast borough with many contrasts because of its size ( NDG is now part of the district Côte-des-Neiges Notre-Dame-de-Grâce.)

With the rebirth of the Monkland street also named “the Village”, the district saw a good economic boom, especially with the revalorization of its commercial main streets such as Sherbrooke and Queen Mary. Borough NDG is now part of arrondissement Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce.

179 Pictures of NDG, Montréal.


Historical buildings and skyscrapers in borough NDG
Skyscrapers
The 5999 Monkland
The 5999 Monkland
Place Sutton
Place Sutton
6800 Cote-Saint-Luc
6800 Cote-Saint-Luc
5355 Sherbrooke West
5355 Sherbrooke West
Schools and Universities
Loyola College (Concordia)
Loyola College (Concordia)
Kensington School
Kensington School
Villa Maria School
Villa Maria School
Lower Canada College
Lower Canada College
Churches
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Church
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Church
Église Saint-Raymond-de-Pennafort
Église Saint-Raymond-de-Pennafort
Saint Columba's Church
Saint Columba's Church
Rosedale Queen Mary United Church
Rosedale Queen Mary United Church
Bank
Scotia Bank Sherbrooke Branch
Scotia Bank Sherbrooke Branch
Royal Bank Sherbrooke Branch
Royal Bank Sherbrooke Branch
Former Bank of Montreal
Former Bank of Montreal
Office
EMSB
EMSB
Meldrum Mover
Meldrum Mover
Public Building
NDG Library
NDG Library
Shriners Hospitals for Childrens
Shriners Hospitals for Childrens
NDG Cultural Center
NDG Cultural Center
Centre Perform Concordia University
Centre Perform Concordia University
Apartments and Condos
Hingston Hall Concordia
Hingston Hall Concordia
Chez-soi Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Chez-soi Notre-Dame-de-Grâce
Montebello
Montebello
Sommet Décarie
Sommet Décarie
Industrials Building
Bell Canada - Elmwood Exchange
Bell Canada - Elmwood Exchange
Usine Parmalat
Usine Parmalat
Commercial
Julep Orange
Julep Orange
5513-5517, chemin Queen-Mary / Clanranald
5513-5517, chemin Queen-Mary / Clanranald
Old Houses
Décarie House
Décarie House
Maison Eventide
Maison Eventide
Côte-Saint-Antoine
Côte-Saint-Antoine
Monasteries, Religious Buildings
Catholic Orphanage
Catholic Orphanage
Maison-mère Congrégation Notre-Dame
Maison-mère Congrégation Notre-Dame
Dominicans Fathers Monastery
Dominicans Fathers Monastery
Hospital for Incurable
Hospital for Incurable
Typical Duplex and triplex
NDG Typical Duplex
NDG Typical Duplex
Metro Station
Villa-Maria Metro Station
Villa-Maria Metro Station
City pictures : borough NDG
Streets
Saint-Jacques / Cavendish
Saint-Jacques / Cavendish
Dr Charles-Aimé Kirkland Monument
Dr Charles-Aimé Kirkland Monument
Elmhurst Street
Elmhurst Street
Prince Of Wales Avenue
Prince Of Wales Avenue
Park
Georges Saint-Pierre Park
Georges Saint-Pierre Park
Belvédère Terry-Fox
Belvédère Terry-Fox
Benny Park
Benny Park
MacDonald Park
MacDonald Park
Graffitis
Graffiti
Graffiti
Sherbrooke Ouest
Sherbrooke Ouest
Graffiti
Graffiti
Graffiti
Graffiti
Horizons
Loyola Campus
Loyola Campus
Blue Bonnets racecourse
Blue Bonnets racecourse
Historical Monuments
Soldiers Monument | NDG
Soldiers Monument  | NDG
Wall painted publicities
Turret Cigarettes
Turret Cigarettes
Bridges / Viaducts
Cavendish Underpass
Cavendish Underpass
Others
Concordia Stadium
Concordia Stadium
NDG Giant Antenna
NDG Giant Antenna
Converted Landscapes
Demolition on Monkland
Demolition on Monkland
End of St. Jacques Highway Ramp
End of St. Jacques Highway Ramp
Before Le Vista
Before Le Vista
Before Solar Condominiums
Before Solar Condominiums
Murals
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Mural
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Mural
Elmhurst Street Murale
Elmhurst Street Murale
Ostinato Rigore
Ostinato Rigore
Murale on Sherbrooke Street
Murale on Sherbrooke Street
 
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