a new world of business

is right here

The District Central is right here. A sector perfectly located in an upcoming area with 25 million sq. ft. of inspired and inspiring spaces.

To create. To innovate. To shine.

Your new address is right here.

 

a new world of business

is right here

The District Central is right here. A sector perfectly located in an upcoming area with 25 million sq. ft. of inspired and inspiring spaces.

To create. To innovate. To shine.

Your new address is right here.

a new world of business

is right here

The District Central is right here. A sector perfectly located in an upcoming area with 25 million sq. ft. of inspired and inspiring spaces.

To create. To innovate. To shine.

Your new address is right here.

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A thriving district developed around 3 business pillars.

DESIGN >  URBAN MANUFACTURING  >  TECHNOLOGY

LOCAL PEARLS

DESIGN

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design + architecture

here to create
unique environments

URBAN MANUFACTURING

Lufa Farms

here to produce
deliciously fresh vegetables

TECHNOLOGY

PixMob

here to develop
innovative experiences

5 sectors, the same vibrant energy.

The District Central is home to the fourth largest concentration of employment in Montréal. Its main artery, Chabanel street, is at the heart of five sectors with distinct yet perfectly complementary ambiances. It's part of what makes the District a vibrant quarter where you can just as easily work as shop, eat, go out or entertain yourself.

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2019 Activity Report and 2020-2021 projections

09-23-2020

SDC District Central is proud to present its 2019 Activity Report. In this report, you will also find the projections…

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Notice – AGM & AGMB

08-20-2020

NOTICE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING & ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF BUDGET Wednesday September 23, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. On digital ZOOM…

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Vignes en ville invests in the District Central

08-12-2020

Led by Véronique Lemieux, the Vignes en ville project has expanded to the District Central, more specifically to Centrale Agricole’s…

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