6 Surprisingly Nice Montreal Apartments For Rent Right Now For $950/Month Or Less

We found a 3 1/2 for only $945/month! 😮
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6 Surprisingly Nice Montreal Apartments For Rent Right Now For $950/Month Or Less

Let's face it, Montreal apartments for rent are far from cheap, especially if you're living on your own. But luckily, there are always a few rare gems that surprise us.

With July 1 on its way, we figured we'd show you guys some studios, plus one 3 1/2, still available for rent under $950 a month since so many people are likely scrambling to find a place right now.

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Studio In Mile-End


Price: $820/month+

Address: 1, Chemin De La Côte-Sainte-Catherine, Montreal, QC

Description: The two massive windows in the apartment mean you'll be getting lots of sunlight — plus they make the space look even larger.

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3 1/2 For Cheaper Than A Studio


Price: $945/month

Address: 9399, boul. Lasalle, Lasalle, QC

Description: Since it's in Lasalle, it's a little far from Montreal's city center. But at this price, it seems totally worth it to do a little longer commute every day.

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Small But Mighty Studio


Price: $916/month

Address: 235, rue Sherbrooke O., Montreal, QC

Description: The apartment may not be that big in size, but it looks very clean and you get a cool view of the city.

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Studio With A Nice Kitchen


Price: $899/month

Address: 1025, rue Sherbrooke E., Montreal, QC

Description: For this price, it's surprising just how nice the kitchen is. And you'll have it all to yourself! As a plus, you'll also be super close to Parc La Fontaine.

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Downtown Montreal Studio


Price: $900/month

Address: 1155, rue Guy, Montreal, QC

Description: The apartment owners are currently offering one month of free rent and you'll get to live right downtown.

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Modern-Style Studio


Price: $890/month

Address: 1870, ave. Letourneux, Montreal, QC

Description: Just look how cute that kitchen is! Plus for a studio, it's rather spacious.

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