At the heart of economic activity
Officially a borough of the City of Montreal since 2002, LaSalle still benefits from all the same economic advantages less all traffic inconveniences and road congestion. Perfect to work or live in, it combines, as if by miracle, the advantages of city and suburb.
You rely on imports for production or on exports to sell?
LaSalle is in very close proximity to all major ports of entry whether by air, sea or land. As for exports, they are greatly facilitated by being just a few hours away from customs where your products can be released and transported to a large number of major American cities.
At the center of transport networks
LaSalle is at the crossroads of a major road network. The Borough is in proximity to autoroutes 10, 13, 15, 20, 30 and 40.
In LaSalle you have direct access to Mercier Bridge and the South Shore and, from there, to the American border in under an hour. Champlain Bridge is also only a few minutes away from LaSalle.
The public transport network
LaSalle is connected to the public transport network which covers a large area of the Island of Montreal. The Metro, one of the safest subways in the world, consists of four major transit lines linking various sections of Montreal. It is in LaSalle, at the Angrignon station near Angrignon commercial center that, the green line ends after crossing the Island from east to west.
LaSalle is 10 minutes away from the Montréal – Trudeau International Airport and less that one hour from the Montréal–Mirabel International Airport where most of the air cargo transits.
The railway network
From LaSalle you can ship anywhere in North America. LaSalle is directly serviced by two major railway transporters, Canadian National and Canadian Pacific, both connecting to the entire North American railways network thus providing easy access to all major Canadian and American markets.
The St. Lawrence Seaway
LaSalle is 15 minutes away from the St. Lawrence Seaway and the Port of Montreal, pivot point for easy marine imports and exports. This is the shortest route to Europe from the industrial center of the continent.