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Bois-Franc

A bird's eye view of Bois-Franc.
Bois-Franc
Neighbourhood
An entrance of the Bois-Franc neighbourhood on Alexis-Nihon boulevard.
An entrance of the Bois-Franc neighbourhood on Alexis-Nihon boulevard.
Bois-Franc is located in Montreal
Bois-Franc
Bois-Franc
Location of Bois-Franc in Montreal
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Country Canada
Province Quebec
City Montreal
Borough Saint-Laurent

Bois-Franc is a residential neighbourhood located in the borough of Saint-Laurent in Montreal. It was designed by architect Louis Sauer[1]

Transportation

Bois-Franc is bordered by four boulevards : Henri Bourassa to the north, Marcel-Laurin to the east Cavendish Ave to the west and finally Thimens Boulevard to the southwest.[2] The Bois Franc train station is relatively close by.

History

Bois-Franc is built on land sold by Bombardier Aerospace where the former Cartierville airport used to be.[3][4]

References

  1. ^ http://iaps.scix.net/cgi-bin/works/Show?iaps_12_1992_1_208
  2. ^ Bois-Franc website
  3. ^ History of Bois-Franc on the city of Montreal website
  4. ^ http://1000aircraftphotos.com/AirportPostcards/Montreal.htm
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