Côte-Saint-Paul Saint-Henri

A residence for independent seniors right by the Lachine Canal
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1½ from $1,059 to $1,224*
3½ from $1,127 to $1,287*
4½ from $1,649 to $1,711*

*After tax credit

Includes 1 meal per day
and core services.

carte Côte-Saint-Paul

5400, chemin de la Côte-Saint-Paul
Montréal (Qc)
H4C 0A4

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What you'll love about living here

Well-designed, spacious and bright studios, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom apartments, with storage. Telephone line, cable TV, electricity, heat and hot water are included in your rent.

Your rent includes five hot lunches a week in the dining hall, a light breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays, a library, free Internet access in the common room, a landscaped backyard and lots more...

Can we interest you in a dance class, a concert, knitting or an arts class? How about a themed evening? Join any activities that catch your eye.

ENHARMONIE is people just like you, independent and who love life. It is also employees who offer you a pleasant, stimulating living environment.


Security is not just about magnetic cards for the doors.

An employee is on site 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Just dial zero for assistance.

  • Access controlled by magnetic card
  • Staff at reception every day
  • Security cameras
  • 24-hour surveillance
  • Medical alert button

What you'll like about the neighbourhood

Saint-Henri neighbourhood

Atwater market

This farmers' market offers
fresh produce and more.

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Saint-Henri library

Reading has never
been more relaxing
than in these surroundings.

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Lachine canal

A bike ride, a kayak tour
or a stroll? Picnic
or sunbathing?

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Terrasse Saint-Ambroise

The terrace of this Montreal
brewery is irresistible during
the summer months.

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Right by the Lachine Canal

Few Montrealers can enjoy a walk along the Lachine Canal every day.

Located just 150 m from Résidence Côte-Saint-Paul, this linear park crosses the entire neighbourhood. More than just a nice place for a Sunday walk, it is used by residents to get to work or go shopping along the neighbouring streets.

If you want to leave nature behind, head to the more active and urban Notre-Dame Street. It has a municipal library and many local businesses. Coffee shops and snack bars have dotted the street in Saint-Henri for more than 25 years. A true love story between the neighbourhood and the people who live there.

More avid walkers can get to the famous Atwater market, with its fruit and vegetable stands, fine products and treats.

The ENHARMONIE residences were the first network of fully certified residences in Quebec.