• Sainte-Julie

District Sainte-Julie

  • Commercial
  • Spaces available

The project

133-183 boulevard Armand-Frappier
Sainte-Julie QC

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At District Sainte-Julie, quality spaces that are close to everything, where the traffic count is over 89,000 vehicles per day, is what is proposed. Offering a dynamic environment, to live, work and play, the site boasts of a mixed-use project that brings together retail and office spaces.


The centre is accessible from Highway 20, exit 102. Its location is ideal, along Boulevard Armand-Frappier, at the intersection of Chemin du Fer-à-Cheval, across from the AMT’s park-and-ride facility. Adjacent to a residential project of 286 rental units; a new residential project of 1,300 units; as well as Vast, a 378-unit retirement residence owned by Groupe Maurice, all form an attractive client base.

Useful information

RADIUS : 0-7 KM (2023)

Annual Expenditures





Age distribution 25-64 year


Median age


Average income


Daytime population


University and college education


Plan du site

Maxi is the anchor of District Sainte-Julie, a site of over 73,000 sq. ft. of GLA, spread over four buildings. The second floor of Building C offers the perfect space for an office with a view of the mountain, thanks to an abundance of windows that you will want to take advantage of.

Main tenants

  • Maxi
  • SAQ
  • National Bank
  • Bulk Barn

All tenants

  • Bulk Barn
  • Dollarama
  • Jacques Cartier Pizza
  • Maxi
  • Mr. Puffs
  • National Bank
  • Optique Santelo
  • SAQ
  • Scandale Beauté
  • Vidéotron
  • Yuzu Sushi

Available spaces

Building C - 2nd floor

143 boulevard Armand-Frappier

Unit 210 - Subdividible

±6,039 S.F.

Available immediately

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  • Year of construction


  • Area of the site

    350,254 S.F.

  • Building GLA

    ± 72,488 S.F.

  • Parking spaces


  • Parking ratio


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