2600 Pierre-Dupuy Avenue
- Guided Tour
The land-filled jetty called Cité-du-Havre was built to protect the harbour from currents and ice. Habitat 67, a housing complex designed for the 1967 World Exhibition by the 23-year-old architect Moshe Safdie, was built on this reclaimed land. An avant-garde design by the day’s standards, Habitat 67 proposed a new lifestyle which hasn’t lost its appeal. Guided tours allow visitors to discover the suspended terraces, Moshe Safdie’s restored apartment, pedestrian walkways and more.
Enjoy the best of Montréal
The Tourisme Montréal newsletter gives you the inside scoop on everything happening in the city.