In a significant development the City of Montreal announced that a cluster of about fifteen partner organizations currently housed within the William-Hingston complex in Parc-Extension is gearing up to embark on a transition to new locations in the upcoming weeks. This strategic move is the result of collaborative efforts between these organizations, the City, and its allied partners. The comprehensive relocation initiative underscores the commitment of these entities to continue their missions in refreshed spaces that align with their goals.
The cooperative relocation process involves diverse organizations, each bringing its unique expertise and focus. As this endeavor progresses, the list below provides insights into the new addresses of these organizations. Keep in mind that the list will be regularly updated as additional information becomes available.
The Association for the Educational Success of Young Haitians in Quebec will be moving to 1405 Henri-Bourassa Blvd. West, Suite 205. The Hellenic Ladies Benevolent Society (Société d’entraide des femmes grecques) will be moving to 275 Houde Street, Office 203. Trans-Art 2000 will be moving to 6830 Parc Avenue, Office 373. Bharat Bhavan Foundation (activities only) will be moving to Howard Park Chalet, 8505 De L’Épée Avenue and African Women Together in Autumn 2023 will be moving to Howie-Morenz Arena, 8650 Querbes Avenue. City in Green (Ville en vert) will be moving to Jean-Paul II Chalet – Jarry Park, 7920 Saint-Laurent Blvd. Himalayas Seniors of Quebec in Spring 2024 will be moving to Jean-Paul II Chalet – Jarry Park, 7920 Saint-Laurent Blvd. Parc Management Corporation (administration and boxing gym) in Spring 2024 will be moving to Jean-Paul II Chalet – Jarry Park, 7920 Saint-Laurent Blvd. Saint-Roch Collective Kitchens and Community Life (administration and food distribution) on September 29, 2023 will be moving to Ogilvy Center, 7408 Bloomfield Avenue
There is no information yet for the following organizations: Parc-Extension Action Committee, Parc-Extension Early Childhood Coordination Table (Toy Library), Action-Food Resource, Parc-Extension Youth Organization (P.E.Y.O.) CHAIS Family Resource Parc Management Corporation (activities branch)
The city of Montreal says that the relocation of these organizations highlights their adaptability and determination to evolve alongside the communities they serve. The new locations are poised to invigorate their operations, facilitating better accessibility and collaboration. As the transition unfolds, these organizations are poised to flourish in their refreshed environments, continuing their invaluable contributions to the community.