What $800, $900 & $1,000+ Apartments Look Like In Montreal Right Now

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What $800, $900 & $1,000+ Apartments Look Like In Montreal Right Now

It's definitely no secret that looking for Montreal apartments for rent can be a tough task — especially if you don't know where to look.

Since July 1 is around the corner, MTL Blog is making your apartment search a little easier with a list of different spots for rent right now, separated by prices of $800, $900 and $1,000 a month, so you can get an idea of what you're looking at depending on your price range.

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Fully Furnished Studio


Price: $800/month (when you include Wi-Fi)

Address: 495, rue Prince-Arthur O., Montreal, QC

Honestly, we're not sure how this apartment exists for this price, but it seems it does!

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2.5 In Lasalle


Price: $845/month

Address: 9399, boul. Lasalle, Lasalle, QC

Seems finding anything for this price may require you to move a little further out from the city centre. But if you're cool with that, this lovely 2.5 in Lasalle is a steal.

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Studio With Big, Bright Windows


Price: $900/month

Address: 1155, rue Guy, Montreal, QC

This studio seems nice and clean. It also looks like it gets some seriously great sunlight during the day.

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Studio In Le Colisée 


Price: $923/month

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

If you're someone who doesn't need a lot of space and can be happy in their own little haven, this spot could definitely work for you.

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1-Bedroom On Dr. Penfield


Price: $1,035/month

Address: 1530, ave. Dr. Penfield, Montreal, QC

A 3.5 — the most space we've found yet! This spot is definitely the perfect size for anyone looking to live alone and still have space to move around freely.

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Stunning Studio In LaCité


Price: $1,150/month

Address: 350, rue Prince-Arthur O., Montreal, QC

Okay, yes — we went a little over the price range for this one. But it's too nice of an apartment not to share. Plus, it says you get one month free, so that'll save you some money.

Check it out

All of the listings in this article were available at the time of writing but are subject to change.

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