Maintain the character of the built environment in each
part of Griffintown, by favouring appropriate design and architectural vocabulary.
Favour housing construction where appropriate,
particularly east of De La Montagne and on the site now occupied by Canada Post
and ensure the harmonious coexistence of residential development with economic
Maintain institutional and economic activities on
Peel and Notre-Dame streets and west of De La Montagne.
Evaluate the relocation of certain enterprises that are
incompatible with residential uses.
Facilitate the development of recreational and
tourism facilities between Wellington and the Lachine Canal.
Improve Peel's design in order to facilitate
movement, especially on foot, between the Central Business District, the
Lachine Canal and the Old Port.
Study the possibility of establishing a public transportation
service, such as a modern tramway, light rail system or shuttle bus, connecting
the Quartier des spectacles, the Old Port, Jean-Drapeau Park and Mount Royal.
Relocate the Autoroute Bonaventure corridor, converted
to a ground-level urban boulevard, in order to free up the waterfront and
improve access to the adjacent sites.