The Changing Face of Saint-Henri

3:14 PM


Red dots are new projects, in progress or completed or announced; orange dots are abandoned, condemned or burned down buildings

01 - Turcot Interchange - to be demolished
02 - Multiple new condo projects on Philippe-Lalonde (part 1) - partially completed; still constructing
03 - New block-wide condo project on St-Ambroise (part 2) - completed
04 - Block-wide condo project on St-Ambroise (part 3) - completed
05 - Condemned building on Chemin de la Côte-Saint-Paul and rue Sainte-Marie
06 - Condemned building on Chemin de la Côte-Saint-Paul and rue Sainte-Clotilde
07 - Abandoned/renovated house on Bourassa and Turcot - recently renovated
08 - Condemned building on Chemin de la Côte-Saint-Paul
09 - Rundown former Molson Bank; the interior is apparently used as a storage place but the exterior is rundown
10 - Abandoned small house on Turcot
11 - Abandoned small house on Turcot; to be demolished for new condos - announced
12 - Loft St-Remi - to be demolished this winter
13 - Building on Walnut street that's completely gone
14 - Empty garage-type building on Walnut street
15 - Building on St-Remi street, just at the edge of Saint-Henri - to be demolished
16 - Empty, abandoned business on St-Ambroise
17 - Empty, abandoned garage on St-Ambroise
18 - New condo project on Butternut - completed
19 - Abandoned Canada Malt factory
20 - Small house demolished for new condo project on Delinelle and Sainte-Emilie - completed
21 - New condo project on Delinelle where there used to be an empty lot - completed
22 - Building on Therien, partially gutted by fire - incomplete
23 - Former location of Sainte-Elizabeth church, now a huge condo/apartment complex - completed
24 - Building destroyed by fire; new condo project built there; corner of Beaudoin and  St-Ambroise - in construction
25 - New condo building on St-Philippe; a garage used to be there - completed
26 - Fairly big condo building on Ste-Marguerite that replaced a garage- completed
27 - New condo project on St-Philippe; a small house used to be there - completed
28 - New condo building on Ste-Marguerite, built on empty lot next to small house - completed
29 - Abandoned apartment on the corner of St-Philippe and Ste-Emilie
30 - Abandoned and crumbling small house on St-Philippe - currently being demolished
31 - Abandoned dilapidated building on Louis-Cyr - demolished
32 - New construction on Ste-Marguerite that's been going on for some time - incomplete
33 - Two buildings ; one was recently sold while the other one, empty, is on the market
34 - Pizza restaurant demolished, replaced with condo project - in construction
35 - New building, shops and condos, on the corner of Notre Dame and Aquin/Ste-Marguerite - completed
36 - New building on the corner of Notre-Dame and Aquin/St-Philippe - almost completed
37 - Former beauty shop on the corner of St-Ferdinand and N.D. - to be demolished
38 - Big empty lot next to St-Ferdinand - unknown
39 - Burned grey stone house on the corner of Lacasse and St-Jacques
40 - Garage demolished for new condo project on the corner of St-Jacques and Ste-Marguerite - in construction
41 - Theatre Cartier - unspecified renovations going on right now
42 - Massive condo project on Maria st. - in construction
43 - New condo building replacing burned down small apartments on St-Augustin - completed
44 - New condo project to be built on empty lot on Avenue Laporte - announced
45 - Abandoned building on rue de Richelieu
46 - Destruction of building on Bourget; might be renovation - in progress
47 - Abandoned, empty building on Rosa de Lima; has been empty for some time now
48 - New project announced on St-Jacques where former Simpson warehouse used to be - announced
49 - Les Jardins Westmount; officially a Westmount project but next to Saint-Henri - announced for some time now
50 - New condo project;

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3 comments

  1. Did you make this map? Very impressive!

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  2. Yes I've made map: I researched the area and took the photos which are posted here, took an image from Google Maps and added all the dots and numbers to indicate where exactly were those photos taken . There's still almost half of them to post.

    Thanks for your interest.

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  3. I think number 19 is the Canada Malt Plant. It's amazing that this building is still standing. There was a fire there a year or so ago. It is a building of some interest for our heritage, with, for example, a specific silo design using tiles (not poured concrete). There are a few websites which show the inside of this building, but as far as I know, it's been re-boarded up and is now very difficult to obtain access (even if you wanted to: it is apparently very dangerous inside, with no maintenance or repair in some decades).
    Thanks for the site, I enjoy reading it. Cheers...

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