Habitat 67 and its revolutionary space-age three-dimensional structure is situated at Cité-Du-Havre, a man-made peninsula, facing the Old Port and the City of Montreal on the one hand and, on the other hand, the majestic St-Lawrence River.
Habitat 67 is less than 5 minutes from Downtown and the Old Harbourside of Montreal and at footsteps from the islands of Park Jean-Drapeau. A private bus, Habitat Shuttle, brings you, free of charge, to the Old Port and Downtown Montreal, 7 days a week, Monday to Friday from 7 AM to 7h30 PM and weekends from 9h30 AM to 5h30 PM.
A convenient store is located in the heart of the Complex and is open 6 days a week, Monday to Friday from 9 AM to 7 PM and on saturday from 11h30 AM to 4h30 PM. You will find a variety of products and homemade cook meals and pizzas.
And, in few minutes by car, you can get to Nun’s Island or the Old Montreal where you will find all the required services.
Habitat’67 tennis red clay courts are situated at the entrance of the Complex. There is no such place in Montreal where you can hit the ball and, during a pause, look at the St-Lawrence River or watch a cruiser or, even, simply admire a gorgeous sunset over Montreal.
A footpath follows the St-Lawrence River along the Complex where you may watch surfers and kayakers carving on what is now commonly known as “the Habitat Standing Wave”. You may continue your walk up to the end of the Park of Cité-Du-Havre.
Facing Habitat 67, a bicycle path brings you to the Old-Port, Downtown Montreal, the Canal Lachine and the islands of Park Jean-Drapeau.