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Apartments for Rent Gatineau

Apartments for Rent in Gatineau

The city of Gatineau is the fourth largest city in Quebec, located directly across from Ottawa, on the northern banks of the Ottawa River. Residents speak both English and French, making it the most bilingual city in Canada. Gatineau is best known as the home of the stunning Gatineau Park with scenic outdoor amenities including beaches, hiking trails, and cross-country skiing. Enjoy outdoor activities during all four seasons and come home to relax in a comfortable and spacious suite that’s perfect for you. Rent with confidence with Osgoode Properties.

Neighbourhoods in the Gatineau Region

A short ride across the bridge from downtown Ottawa, Gatineau is home to attractions like the Canadian Museum of History, Gatineau Park, and the Casino du Lac-Leamy. With quick access to the ByWard Market and University of Ottawa, this is a location perfect for students and those who work in the core. If you’re looking for more information on each of the areas within this region, we’ve put together a quick guide for each.

Île de Hull is the oldest neighbourhood and known as the central business district within Gatineau, located on the west bank of the Gatineau River and the north shore of the Ottawa River. Here residents relish in a vibrant nightlife scene, have access to some of the best restaurants and cultural studies, like the Canadian Museum of History, all within a very walkable downtown core.


For those who enjoy the peace and quiet of the outdoors, Parc-De-La-Montage is the perfect place to call home. Ten minutes from downtown Hull, this area is slightly removed from the hustle of downtown, and has many beautiful parks, and access to walking trails. Both charming and quaint, history lives within the many styles of properties available throughout this charismatic neighbourhood.


District de l'Oree-du-Parc is located in the northern section of Gatineau and features many new homes and condos. The name of this district translates to "the edge of the park", in reference to Gatineau Park which it borders. This is known to be a great spot for families with young children, and those who love the outdoors, as you will often find residents outside gardening, walking and cycling throughout the neighbourhood.