The Mille Levert project, named after the street, is located a few steps from Place du Commerce, where restaurants, banks, services, shops, bike paths and parks constitute the essence of the neighborhood. The Cité de l'Île, of which this project is an integral part, will become the new flagship district of Île-Des-Soeurs.

Country life benefits,
in the city.

Nuns’ Island is one of Montreal’s most popular neighbourhoods, offering the best of both worlds: the benefits of city life and the pleasures of countryside living. Welcoming and cozy, the Mille Levert has everything to offer nearby—grocery stores, pharmacies, specialty stores, banks, medical clinics and restaurants. The River all around, the many water front parks, the golf course and the multiple tennis courts, the bicycle paths along the River, the numerous walking paths and green spaces make of the island an exceptional place where life flows at the pace of nature.


The best of both worlds. The benefits of countryside living… in the city. Whether you love the outdoors, sports, relaxation or simply being in nature, you will find your oasis there. Nuns' Island is known as a place of well-being that offers an incomparable quality of life. Be among our future residents who will experience and appreciate this peace of mind.

REM Station: Nuns' Island

The REM (Montreal’s future light-rail transit network), Île-des-Sœurs station, is currently under construction. The REM will have 26 stations crossing the Greater Montreal area over a distance of nearly 67 km.Located at the furthest most edge of the project, the future Île-des-Sœurs station will be the new gateway to the South Shore or downtown Montreal. It will be in service 20 h a day, 7 days a week, with transit frequencies at Nuns’ Island every 2.5 minutes during peak periods and every 5 minutes at all other times.