Place Émilie-Gamelin

Place Émilie-Gamelin

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This public space is bordered by Berri Street to the west, Saint-Hubert Street to the east, De Maisonneuve Boulevard to the north, and Sainte-Catherine Street to the south. It is home to Melvin Charney’s sculptural work Gratte-ciel, cascades d'eau / rues, ruisseau… une construction (illuminated since last year), _1.26_bu Janet Echelman, and the video projection on Place Dupuis.

This year, from May 12 to October 2, Place Émilie-Gamelin will have a new look for visitors to enjoy this summer. The new facilities, called Jardins Gamelin, will include repurposed shipping containers hosting bar and restaurant services, a large patio covered by a luminous canopy, a stage and an areas dedicated to urban agriculture.