Laval Centre


The City of Laval has designated these lands as their “centre-ville” due to its central location on the island of Laval as well as its excellent access to regional highways and public transportation. These locational advantages make the site an excellent mixed-use development with unparalleled access to a host of retail, entertainment and institutional uses. The lands can easily be accessed by 2 major interchanges from the 2 major highways that cross the City, being autoroute 15 that gives north-south access to the City of Montreal and north to the recreational destinations of the Laurentians, and autoroute 440 which crosses the island in an east-west direction. The site is also served by 5 different bus routes on the 3 surrounding streets (boul St-Martin, boul Daniel-Johnson and boul Chomedey) with easy access to the nearby Métro subway station as well as express access to select Montréal destinations.
These benefits make Laval Centre an ideal location for retail, as well as office and residential uses, as evidenced by the tremendous growth in high-rise residential construction in the area over the last 5 years.

A 160,000 square foot Walmart Supercentre currently anchors the centre, with an additional 100,000 square feet in the planning stages. And zoning amendments are underway to permit higher densities so as to accommodate 250,000 square feet of office, 1 million square feet of residential as well as seniors’ housing.