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Aire commune

A public space initiative in Montréal aimed at expanding outdoor areas for dining, events, and social activities, enhancing city life.

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An unconventional alternative to typical office space, Aire Commune is the first ever open-air coworking space in Canada. This creative space is decked out with old shipping containers that are transformed into meeting rooms, outdoor work tables, a cafe, bar, restaurant, and hundreds of plants. Open throughout the summer, Aire Commune offers community events, conferences, and workshops that aim to bring folks together and create links between the businesses and entrepreneurs. How to: Unlike most coworking spots, Aire Commune is totally open to the public. If you’re traveling through town and need a space to knock out some work, this is your spot.

leah 5 years ago

A hip work spot during the day that transforms into a popular, outdoor party spot at night- Aire Commune is easily one of the coolest venues in the city.

madeleineray 3 years ago

Aire commune Guides

  • Artsy Things To Do in Le Plateau & Mile End

    madeleineray (Madeleine Ray)
    The neighboring Plateau and Mile End neighborhoods of Montreal Island are easily described as the artsiest and most eclectic, ideal for any travelers looking for some creative energy in their adventures. As someone currently staying in these flourishing areas, who is always on the lookout for new activities and exhibitions, these are currently some of the top bucket list artsy destinations between the two. Whether you want to gallery hop and see some contemporary work, spend the day lost in thrift stores, or pick up some moody 35mm film- these are the sights to see.

Aire commune Articles

  • 31 of the Best Things to Do in Montréal

    Montréal may only be Canada’s second largest city, but its cool and eclectic mix of culture, history, and art make it the first stop on most curious and adventurous travelers’ bucket list. The city is on an island. Street signs and menus are in both English and French. The drinking age is 18. There are […]