Prestige close to the heart of Montreal
The city of Saint-Lambert is a primarily residential community, but is supplemented by a certain level of commercial and institutional activity, an essential element of a stimulating and attractive life.
The municipality has incomparable rich architectural and natural surroundings. The Victoria Bridge is the oldest bridge connecting Montreal to the South Shore, so there are around industrial type buildings. Some have been converted into loft as the Waterman factory, who had settled in the city in 1908.
Today it is recognized as the eighth wealthiest city in Quebec, and has earned a reputation of prestige and confidence of his fellow citizens. Now, she is often compared to cities of Outremont and Mount Royal. It has a vibrant downtown and a lively urban environment. The station of Saint-Lambert is on the train line AMT commuter from Montreal to Mont-Saint-Hilaire. Transit bus and paratransit are provided by the Réseau de transport de Longueuil (RTL). In Saint-Lambert, a landscaped bike paths network allows bikers and in-line skating to practice their sport safely. The main path along the park Seaway joins the towns of Brossard and Longueuil. In addition, a bridge leads to the Jean-Drapeau Park in season.
On the territory of Saint-Lambert, there are several educational and health care institutions, and you have access to activities and cultural amenities, sports and recreation. Residents expressed a strong sense of belonging to their community life and the life of the community is booming.