Studio 303 is located at 372 Ste-Catherine St. W. Montreal, H3B 1A2
We are on the 3rd floor of the Belgo building.
> Green line: Place-des-Arts station, 230 meters away, no elevator.
> Orange line: Place-d’Armes station, 750 meters away, elevators available at the metro station. Square Victoria-OACI station, 600 meters away, no elevator. The studio is uphill from both of these stations – it is steep most of the way.
Bus routes 80 S and 129 S stop at the corner of Ste-Catherine and de Bleury streets.
See all bus routes at Place-des-Arts station.
Via the STM’s paratransit service (minimum 1 hour on site). There is no drop-off area in front of the building, but there is usually room to get off the bus since parking is prohibited. Studio 303’s workshop and event hours are listed to provide you with the necessary information to make your reservation. If you can’t find the information you are looking for, please contact us.
By bike or Bixi
You can use the bike racks on the corner of Ste-Catherine and de Bleury streets.
If you prefer to leave your bike indoors, you can use the racks available at the underground parking lot of Complexe Desjardins. The entrance is on Jeanne-Mance street. It is free, clean and well-equipped (over 200 spaces available on levels 2 and P1).
> Indoor parking in the basement open 24/7, entrance via de Bleury and Saint-Edward Street. $15/day, no hourly rate.
There is a staircase and an elevator to get to the first floor from the parking lot. There are 4 steps to access the elevator, and it must be unlocked with a special key that Studio 303 has – please contact us in advance if you wish to use it.
Parking on St. Edward Street at the back of the building in front of the soccer field.
Other means of active transportation
Scooters, skateboards, longboards, unicycles and other non-conventional active transportation means are welcome. If you are unable to lock your active transportation equipment and it is larger than 50 cm x 50 cm, please let us know so that we can find a suitable place to secure it while you are here.
Construction in the neighbourhood
Despite the construction on Sainte-Catherine Street between de Bleury and Saint-Antoine being complete, there are many ongoing construction sites in the area. Please check your itinerary ahead of time, and call us should you have any questions.