City of Westmount
Hundred year ago Westmount was known as the village of the Côte-Saint-Antoine, the town of Westmount was for a long time a small farmer’s village inhabited amongst other by the families Décarie and Hutubise.
In the year 1905 the village of Côte-Saint-Antoine became the town of Westmount.
When the expansion of the downtown area invaded the Golden Square Miles, the old fortunate district of Montreal, then Westmount started to grown up to became the garden city it is today.
With public buildings of Neo-Tudor architectural style, the small town of Westmount proudly showed the Britannic origin of its founders. Westmount was merged with Montreal city in 2002 then separated in 2006 after a referendum held in 2004.
160 Pictures of Westmount, Montréal.
Historical buildings and skyscrapers in borough Westmount
Schools and Universities
Typical Duplex and triplex
City pictures : borough Westmount