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Stay connected to all transit options


Whether by car, bike, public transport or even BIXI, Maison Manuvie’s prime location makes it a breeze to reach. Visitors even get direct access to Montreal’s underground city.

Underground Network

Access Montreal’s 33-km underground network via Place Montreal Trust.

By Metro

Two metro stations on the green line are directly accessible via Maison Manuvie’s basement:

  • McGill
  • Peel


Maison Manuvie is in close proximity to multiple BIXI bike stations.

Nearest locations:

  • Metcalfe @ de Maisonneuve
  • Mansfield @ Ste-Catherine Ouest
  • Metcalfe @ Ste-Catherine Ouest
  • Mansfield @ de Maisonneuve Ouest

By Bus

Plenty of lines are available around the building:

15   |   24   |   107   |   356   |   420   |   715   

Indoor Parking

The parking garage is open 24/7, with close to 360 stalls available for your convenience.



$4: per 20 minutes

$22.50: for max. 10 hours

$25: for max. 24 hours


$8 max.
After 5 p.m., Monday to Friday

Early Bird – between 5 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. (Exit before 5 p.m.)


$340: without reserved spaces
$465: with reserved spaces

To learn more about monthly parking spots or parking stickers, please contact the Parking supervisor.

By Car

Located at the quadrilateral composed by Maisonneuve Ouest boulevard | Mansfield | Metcalfe | Ste-Catherine Ouest, the building is accessible by the Bonaventure or Ville-Marie highways.

  • Via Ville-Marie highway: it is connected to the Decarie fast lane, which allows you to reach the Trans-Canadian highway, and the Montreal Trudeau airport.
  • Via Bonaventure highway: it allows you to easily reach Montreal’s south shore, and ultimately, the United States border.

By Train

Maison Manuvie is within walking distance from two stations:

  • Lucien-L’Allier terminal
  • Central Station terminal


Reach Montreal Trudeau Airport (YUL) via the 747 shuttle. It can be taken from René-Levesque boulevard.