What $1,000 In Rent Can Get You In 9 Montreal Neighbourhoods
Not every apartment is made equal.
According to a recent liv.rent report, Montreal's average rent is now well over the $1,000 mark, but plenty of renters pay just around one grand each month to keep themselves sheltered. Not every $1,000 apartment is made equal, though — different neighbourhoods have vastly different rental markets, with floor space, number of rooms and other amenities varying widely across the island, even at a similar price point.
Here's a snapshot of apartments currently on the market in Montreal, in neighbourhoods from LaSalle to Villeray. Each listing advertises approximately $1,000 in monthly rent. Leeway was given in either direction, especially for cheaper apartments that are visibly much nicer than their $1,000 competitors.
Each apartment is either a one-bedroom or studio, some with more living space than others.
The bedroom in an apartment for rent at 1569, avenue des Pins.
Address: 1569, ave. des Pins
The kitchen in an apartment for rent at 2090, avenue Beaconsfield.
Address: 2090, ave. Beaconsfield
A view from the front door down the central corridor in an apartment for rent at 1666, rue Thierry.
Address: 1666, rue Thierry
The kitchen and living/bedroom in a studio apartment for rent at 3455, rue Hutchison.
Address: 3455, rue Hutchison
Northern Plateau Studio
The kitchen in a studio apartment for rent at 763, boulevard Saint-Joseph E.
Address: 763, boul. Saint-Joseph E.
The kitchen in a studio apartment for rent in Hochelaga.
Address: rue la Fontaine (civic number not specified)
The bathroom of this 3 1/2. Right: A section of the relatively large living space.
Address: 5894, rue de Jumonville
A view down the central corridor toward the kitchen and bathroom in an apartment for rent at 10380, avenue des Récollets.
Address: 10380, ave. des Récollets
The kitchen and dining nook of the open-plan studio. Right: Another view of the same (and only) space.
Address: 1070, rue Mistral