Meet your neighbours
Concordia’s two campuses are located in two very different and very vibrant communities. Whether you are a student living right on campus or a staff member who travels in and out of the neighbourhood each day, it’s worth taking the time to connect with you surroundings.
Located on the west-end of Montreals’s downtown borough, Ville-Marie, the Peter-McGill district is a diverse and eclectic neighbourhood. The mixture of businesses and cultural institutions, the proximity of the nature-filled Mont-Royal and the plethora of restaurants make Peter-McGill a great place to work, study and live.
- To find out more about what’s happening in the Peter McGill district, visit the community council webpage
- Here are some of the active community orgs around the SGW campus:
Making up the south-west half of the Cotes-des-Nieges-Notre-Dame-de-Grace Borough, NDG is home to over 70,000 people.With a diverse population and a healthy mix of commercial and residential space, NDG is known for its unique character and vibrant community-life. Read more
On the surface, Quartier Concordia is a four-square-kilometre neighbourhood in the heart of downtown Montreal and home to the downtown campus of Concordia University. Look a little deeper and it's another story. Quartier Concordia is a place where a dynamic urban energy is in unique balance with a lively, diverse community. It's a place where groundbreaking research stems from a free and fluent exchange of ideas.