Pine Avenue

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Armoury of Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal, Pine Avenue and Henri-Julien Street
Lady Meredith House, McGill University, Pine and Peel Street

Pine Avenue (French: avenue des Pins) is an east-west street in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. This street serves as the dividing line between the downtown Ville-Marie borough and borough of Le Plateau-Mont-Royal, and also serves as the northern border of the Golden Square Mile historic district, further west.

The street borders the mountain begins at Saint Denis Street in the east, and ends at Côte-des-Neiges Road in the west. The entire length is serviced by the 144 Avenue des Pins bus.

The Montreal Neurological Institute, the former Royal Victoria Hospital, Allan Memorial Institute and the Montreal General Hospital of McGill University are on Pine Avenue, as is Cormier House, the former residence of Pierre Elliott Trudeau.

The former Pine-Parc Interchange at the intersection of Pine with Parc Avenue, now demolished, was the only constructed section of the proposed Autoroute 415.

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Coordinates: 45°31′07″N 73°34′19″W / 45.518596°N 73.57205°W / 45.518596; -73.57205