Access and Services

Access and Services

A convenient intermodal hub.

In Montreal, few buildings are located as strategically as Le 1000. It proves to be an unsurpassable intermodal hub through its perfectly coordinated integration to all the urban transport networks.

By metro

The building is directly connected to the Bonaventure metro station (line 2 – Orange). From inside the station, simply follow the indications leading you to Le 1000.

By bus

Le 1000 is served by STM bus routes 36 Monk (on Saint-Jacques St. going East, on Saint-Antoine St. going West) and 107 Verdun (on Peel St.).
We are also directly connected to the RTM’s Terminus Centre-ville, the downtown bus terminal for many suburban bus lines serving the Montréal South Shore.  |

By commuter train

Only a few minutes' walk from Gare Centrale (Montréal / Deux-Montagnes and Montréal / Mont-Saint-Hilaire) and from Gare Lucien-L'Allier (Montréal / Dorion-Rigaud, Montréal / Blainville and Montréal / Delson).

By car

From the East: Take the Ville-Marie Expressway to the Robert-Bourassa Boulevard exit, then take Mansfield to De La Gauchetière.

From the West: Take the Ville-Marie Expressway to the de la Montagne /St-Jacques exit and follow de la Montagne North. At St-Antoine, turn right and continue to Mansfield then turn left and continue to De La Gauchetière.

From the South Shore: Take the Champlain Bridge then the Bonaventure Highway leading to Robert-Bourassa Boulevard. Turn left on De La Gauchetière.

From the North Shore: Take the Highway 15 to Highway 720 (Ville-Marie Expressway) then to de la Montagne /St-Jacques and exit at de la Montagne North. On St-Antoine, turn right and continue to Mansfield then turn left and continue to De La Gauchetière.

By bicycle

Le 1000 provides 54 parking spaces for bicycles which are located at the P2 level of our parking garage, accessible via 995 Saint-Antoine West Street. The service is free.


Montreal’s public bike system that is accessible to everyone, 24/7, from April to November. Charges apply.


Self-service vehicles offering you a convenient, economical and eco-friendly alternative to owning a car. Le 1000 counts two cars, both electric and fuel options are available. Charges apply.

Access for tenants and visitors with restricted mobility

Here’s how our building is made accessible to tenants and visitors with restricted mobility:

  • Automatic doors at the main entrance;
  • Elevators servicing the office tour;
  • Special elevator servicing the food court area which is slightly elevated from the main floor;
  • 3 elevators connecting the Bonaventure metro station, the downtown terminus and De La Gauchetière Street;
  • Public washrooms with specially adapted cabins;
  • Access ramp in the parking garage located on the P3 level.