ESPACE MILE END
Located on beautiful Fairmount West Avenue, this newly built co-working space offers a professional, modern, unique and welcoming environment. The 2 000 square-ft. space encompasses 4 closed offices, 5 dedicated work stations, a conference room, a kitchen and an event space.
Mile end is ranked one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world, with its architectural wonders, proximity to Mont-Royal park, independent businesses as well as its cultural and artistic diversity.
At L’Espace Mile End, we offer many office spaces options (closed, shared, floating) and the possibility of renting a meeting room.
High Speed Internet with Wifi
Photocopy and Laser color printing
Manager on location and 24/7 access with security
Lounging space, kitchenette and picnic table on the terrasse.
Not available - Write to us to put you on our waiting list.
$550 / Month* (one person)
700 / Month* (2 persons)
2 work desks**
2 office chairs
2 lockable filing cabinets
1 storage shelf unit**
** The space can be customized for your comfort and business needs
* For informational purposes
$285 / Month*
1 work desk
1 office chair
1 lockable filing cabinet
1 storage shelf unit
$150 / Month*
1 work desk
(No shelves or filing cabinets included)
ONLY FOR MEMBERS
(capacity: 6 people)
Ideal space for work meetings, sales negotiations, interviews, sales pitches and private phone calls.
49 inch television with HDMI cable, Chromecast,
Art lover, the founder of Espace Mile End launched in 2018 the contest Exposez-vous to support local artists. They benefit an exhibition wall and a vernissage which is open to the public. These quarterly exhibitions allow its members to work in an inspiring and colorful environment.
Exhibition visits are by appointment only.
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Muriel Jaouich/ I need roots
Exhibition of Muriel Jaouich / March 6th until May 27th 2019/ Vernissage : March 6th at 6pm
In this exhibition, the painter Muriel Jaouich tries to honor the memory of the family members who survived and perished in the Armenian genocide in 1914. Through a series of paintings, she expresses the memory persistence differentiated and subject to the temporality that sees witnesses disappear. She is guided by the impact of the intergenerational trauma of her genealogy in her work. In attempting to emulate the vulnerability of the psyche and the body, Jaouich's works take on an ephemeral life, animated by an invisible psychological impulse.
Conférence S’unir et se rebeller
Simon Bertrand du mouvement international Extinction Rebellion. Samedi le 9 février de 19h à 20h30.
Gratuit à Espace Mile End.
For a VISIT or a free day
You’d like to visit the space or have a free trial day before joining us? Our manager will gladly answer any questions in the shortest time!
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