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, 1.26 by Janet Echelman, and the video projection on Place Dupuis.
Now a favourite spot for Montrealers during summer, Les Jardins Gamelin spring to life every summer since 2015. Place Émilie-Gamelin feature an engaging temporary design, including a large patio with illuminated canopy and luxuriant vegetation in numerous flower planters and urban agriculture plots. Regulars and newcomers are invited to enjoy family games and dancing with friends, relaxation, entertainment and tasty food and drink every day.