Comprised of the Little Burgundy, Saint-Henri, Pointe-Saint-Charles, Verdun, LaSalle and Lachine sectors, the southwestern part of the city has been booming for several years now. In particular, Little Burgundy and Saint-Henri are attracting more and more young, rather posh people for their new luxury condominiums, their proximity to the river and the Atwater market, and their ultra-trendy neighborhood life, which is notably supported by the biggest names in Quebec's new gastronomy. More accessible, the borough of Verdun is not to be outdone and offers a very good quality of life. The western part of the city is made up of autonomous cities such as Dorval, Pointe-Claire and Pierrefonds, with a large majority of English-speaking residents. The quietness and quality of life of these cities are a delight for families. The advantage of the South-West and West of Montreal is also that of taking advantage of the proximity of the city center without suffering from its density.
The Lionel-Groulx (orange line) and De l'Église (green line) metro stations provide access to the Sud-Ouest district.