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Borough Rosemont

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5 most appreciated building of this borough according to our users
1St. Luke Presbyterian Church
2Saint-Jean-de-la-Lande School
3 Cathédrale Orthodoxe ukrainienne Sainte-Sophie
4Emica Annex
5Angus Workshop

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Short history of Rosemont

The vast territory of Rosemont was once part of the Côte-de-la-Visitation (current Rosemont Street, formerly called small coast), This area was for a long time a agricultural land crossed by the Papineau Path. We have to wait for the arrival of M. Dandurant to see the city grow, He was a great real estate tycoon as much visionary as speculator. He acquired among all, farm Crawford via Rosemont Land Co.. He gave the name after his mother, Rose and founded the city of the same name in 1905 being the biggest landowner of the new city he separated into small lots to build very quickly and sold for attractive prices to emerging middle class Montreal.

Promises was large: construction of sewer pipe, parks. All achievements that the young city of Rosemont could not ever afford, the city was merged with Montreal in 1910 due to too many debts. Promoters made their money and left the bills for the new residents.

The young city of Rosemont had as industrial centre the Angus Workshop, one of the biggest in Canada, owned by Canadian Pacific.

Today arrondissement Rosemont-Petite-Patrie is one of the largest in the city of Montreal covering 120 square km, ranked second in terms of population on its territory. Rosemont is still one of the most affordable and family-friendly district of Montreal regarding cost for houses. The gradual dismantling of factories Angus Workshop gave birth to a new neighborhood in the district.

Learn more about buildings and other urban landscapes of Rosemont borough.

185 Pictures of Rosemont, Montréal.


Historical buildings and skyscrapers in borough Rosemont
Skyscrapers
Domaine du parc Olympique II
Domaine du parc Olympique II
Olympic Village of Montreal
Olympic Village of Montreal
Olympic Village of Montreal II
Olympic Village of Montreal II
5100 Sherbrooke East
5100 Sherbrooke East
Schools and Universities
Stella-Maris School
Stella-Maris School
Emica Annex
Emica Annex
Collège Jean-Eudes
Collège Jean-Eudes
Saint-Jean-Marie-Vianney School
Saint-Jean-Marie-Vianney School
Churches
Église Orthodoxe ukrainienne de Sainte-Marie-la-Protectrice
Église Orthodoxe ukrainienne de Sainte-Marie-la-Protectrice
Saint-Marc Church
Saint-Marc Church
Maranatha Baptist Church
Maranatha Baptist Church
Saint-Esprit Church
Saint-Esprit Church
Bank
Caisse d'économie des Pompiers de Montréal
Caisse d'économie des Pompiers de Montréal
Bank Of Montreal Masson Branch
Bank Of Montreal Masson Branch
Laurentienne Bank Masson Branch
Laurentienne Bank Masson Branch
Caisse populaire Saint-Jean-Vianey
Caisse populaire Saint-Jean-Vianey
Office
2620 St. Joseph
2620 St. Joseph
OIIQ Building
OIIQ Building
4100 Molson
4100 Molson
Angus Biotech
Angus Biotech
Public Building
Rebuilding Centre Préfontaine
Rebuilding Centre Préfontaine
Centre D'hébergement Rousselot
Centre D'hébergement Rousselot
Botanical garden of Montreal
Botanical garden of Montreal
CSDM administration
CSDM administration
Apartments
MUV Condos
MUV Condos
Cite Nature II
Cite Nature II
Les habitations Rachel Préfontaine
Les habitations Rachel Préfontaine
U31 Condos
U31 Condos
Industrials Building
Angus Workshop
Angus Workshop
Angus Workshop
Angus Workshop
Fry Cadbury Ltd Building
Fry Cadbury Ltd Building
Des Carrières Incinerator
Des Carrières Incinerator
Old Houses
Étienne David house
Étienne David house
Maison Voyer
Maison Voyer
Longpré House
Longpré House
Monasteries, Religious Buildings
Monastère de la Résurrection
Monastère de la Résurrection
Petites soeurs des pauvres
Petites soeurs des pauvres
École du Sacré-Coeur de Jésus
École du Sacré-Coeur de Jésus
Typical Duplex and triplex
Triplex in Rosemont
Triplex in Rosemont
Rue Chatelain
Rue Chatelain
Metro Station
Viau Métro Station
Viau Métro Station
City pictures : borough Rosemont
Streets
Iberville Street / Masson
Iberville  Street / Masson
Fullum Street - The Industrial Side
Fullum Street - The Industrial Side
Molson Street - Technopole
Molson Street - Technopole
William-Tremblay Street corner Molson
William-Tremblay Street corner Molson
Park
Du Pélican Park
Du Pélican Park
Cité Jardin Park
Cité Jardin Park
Joseph Paré Park
Joseph Paré Park
De la Lousiane Park
De la Lousiane Park
Graffitis
Graffiti On Iberville
Graffiti On Iberville
Horizons
Brunante dans le Technopole
Brunante dans le Technopole
Space for rent
Space for rent
Terrains vagues
Terrains vagues
Angus District
Angus District
Historical Monuments
Marie Victorin Monument
Marie Victorin Monument
Wall painted publicities
Old Chum Tobaco
Old Chum Tobaco
Others
Chinese lanterns - Botanical Garden
Chinese lanterns - Botanical Garden
Chinese Garden - Montreal Botanical Garden
Chinese Garden - Montreal Botanical Garden
Montreal International Mosaïcultures 2013
Montreal International Mosaïcultures 2013
Jardin communautaire derrière le Village Olympique
Jardin communautaire derrière le Village Olympique
Converted Landscapes
Building Angus Avenue du Mont-Royal
Building Angus Avenue du Mont-Royal
Construction on Garnier
Construction on Garnier
Before Angus Avenue du Mont-Royal
Before Angus Avenue du Mont-Royal
After Norampac Factory
After Norampac Factory
Murals
Velo Quillicot
Velo Quillicot
 
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