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In this rapidly growing community, Brossard real estate is diverse and meets the needs of various lifestyles. Located approximately 24km from Montreal, Brossard real estate opportunities are growing to support a population that is expected to surpass 100,000 residents over the next five years.

First established in 1958, Brossard has grown from a small suburb with under 3,5000 residents to a bustling urban community with a variety of recognized retailers, businesses, cultural venues, green spaces, and real estate options. There are many things to do in Brossard, as it is considered one of the most culturally diverse areas in the Greater Montreal area with ties to 57 different cultural communities. Located in the scenic Montérégie region, Brossard’s waterfront real estate and recreational properties are ideal for those looking for year-round outdoor activities, including kayaking, paddle-boarding, hiking, and snow shoeing, along with access to and up-and-coming urban community.

Brossard’s rich past can be admired with visits to some of the region’s historical sites, dating back as far as the 1700s. The Brossard House, which was first built between 1784 and 1803 and added to the Quebec Cultural Heritage Registry in 2009, represents the magnificent European-inspired architecture of that time. There are many things to do in Brossard with several cultural venues nearby, including the Renee-Blain Gallery, which features exhibits from local artists in mediums including painting, photography, and sculpture. The annual Festin Culturel de Brossard, which takes place each summer, features a variety of international cuisines, dance and musical performances, workshops, and games for the whole family to enjoy.

With the Saint Jacques River, Saint Lawrence River, Brossard woods, and over 350 parks and green spaces, Brossard residents can take in the area’s spectacular outdoor environments year-round. Along with an abundance of natural resources, Brossard features a variety of retailers, businesses, and facilities including performance halls, cultural venues, and an aquatic complex. The Quartier DIX30, which is the second largest multi-purpose shopping centre in Canada features more than 300 shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues, along with two hotels, an indoor surfing centre, and a skatepark. After a day of shopping and entertainment, visitors can relax at the SkySpa DIX30, which offers a variety of massage and beauty treatments, Scandinavian thermotherapy, and stunning views of the city from the rooftop patio.

Brossard’s high-capacity public transit system includes three express stations – Panama, Du Quartier, and the South Shore Terminus – with Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) districts within walking distance of the heart of the city. The Samuel de Champlain bridge, built in 2019, is home to the Reseau Express Metropolitain (REM) public transit system, which allows easy transit between Brossard and the city of Montreal. With a thriving real estate market, Brossard is home to several desirable new residential communities that combine modern city living with upscale amenities for work, entertainment, and relaxation, surrounded by the Montérégie region’s spectacular landscape.

From shopping, arts and entertainment, and annual festivals to year-round outdoor activities on land or in the water, Brossard offers plenty to do, regardless of your lifestyle. Brossard real estate is as diverse and flourishing as its growing communities and the activities they offer.

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