Downtown Moncton is the oldest neighbourhood of the city of Moncton in New Brunswick, Canada. Its borders are John Street and Mountain Road to Botsford Street. Botsford Street north to Wheeler Blvd to the North, Halls Creek to the East, Petitcodiac River to the South, and Vaughan Harvey Blvd to the West.
Places of note
Below is a list of major buildings and structures in Downtown Moncton.
|Current Name||Category||Est. Year||Notes|
|14 Church Street||Commercial||St james gate|
|Aberdeen Cultural Centre||Culture||1898||Former High School(first one in Moncton) Became a French language school.|
|Acadian Bus Station||Transportation|
|Assomption Blvd Industrial Park||Industrial||(Albert St, Waterloo St)|
|Atlantic Lotto Building||Commercial||Once housed Woolworth (1960s to 1970s; predecessor of Woolco)|
|Bell Aliant Tower||Commercial||1970|
|Blue Cross Centre||Commercial||1988|
|Caledonia Building||Commercial||GoodLife Fitness|
|Cathédrale Notre-Dame de l'Assomption||Religious||1955||The cathedral was erected by the Acadians as a monument in recognition of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Our Lady of the Assumption. Designed by architect Louis-Napoléon Audet, of Sherbrooke (Quebec), its construction was undertaken in 1939 and was completed in 1955 in time to commemorate the bicentennial of the Great Deportation.|
|Central United Church||Religion|
|Commerce House||Structure||Housed CBA and CBAF radio prior to the current facility|
|Crowne Plaza Block||Lodging|
|Foundry Street Building||Commercial||(Complex includes a Gym, Seniors Apartments, Exxon Mobile Call Centre and Several Government Services) Former home of the Eatons catalogue and department store until the latter 60s early 70s.|
|Federal Building||Government||Dominion Public Building, 1081 Main Street, Moncton, New Brunswick.|
|Free Meeting House||Culture||Built in 1821|
|Flat Iron Building||Commercial|
|First Moncton United Baptist Church||Religion|
|Former Moncton and Regional Public Library||Government||1961||The building is a two-storey Modern institutional building on the east side of Highfield Street in Moncton. The distinctive scalloped concrete roof “floats” above clerestory windows that provided natural lighting to the originally open-concept library.|
|Government of Moncton Building||Government||1955|
|Highfield Square||Shopping||The Bay Closed in 2012 (Former home of Eatons)|
|Hotel Beausejour||Lodging||1972||Former CP Hotel; current Delta Hotels chain.|
|King Street Convent||Religious|
|Marriott Residence Inn Hotel||Lodging|
|Minto Hotel||Commercial||On Robinson court|
|Moncton Train Station||Transportation|
|Moncton City Hall||Government|
|National Banque Nationale||Commercial||Former site of the YMCA|
|Old Moncton Hospital||Government||1902||Congrégation Religieuses de Notre-Dame du Sacré-Coeur.|
|(old) Oulton College Building||Education||2004||Current Building opened in September 2012|
|Paramount Complex||Commercial||Cut Throat Pizza, Oxygen Night Club, a Sportsbar and Manhattan Bar and Grill|
|Provincial Bank Building||Commercial|
|Robinson Court||Shopping||(Pedestrian Street includes several Bars and small restaurants)|
|Rogers Buildings||Commercial||2 Buildings|
|Royal Bank Building||Commercial|
|Salvation Army Citadel||Religion|
|St Bernard Church||Religion|
|St George's Anglican Church||Religion|
|Times Building||Commercial||1868||Botsford Street|
|Times & Transcript||Commercial||1983|
|Transcript Building||Structure||1882||The Transcript Building is located on 828 Main Street in Moncton. It consists of a 1900 Italianate two-story brick building with a prominent three-story capped tower.|
|Vaughan Harvey Shopping Area||Shopping||Sobeys, NB Liquor, Shoppers Drug Mart|
- "Cathédrale Notre-Dame de l'Assomption, Moncton, N.B". Uquebec.ca. Retrieved 2012-01-16.
- Historic Building, in Moncton.
- Historical Places, In Moncton New Brunswick Canada.
- Historic Places, in Moncton.
- Transcript Building, Transcript Building.