The Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal

A project carried out by Harrison Fun

Powered by the Chamber with support from the Government of Québec

nrml bskt has five different baskets that light up to guide the game. Six mini games to test your skills. And a big button to take your revenge. Whether you’ve ever played basketball or not, you’ve certainly never played nrml bskt.

Reserve your court online now. It’s free.


Reserve my spot

The project in a nutshell

The pandemic has disrupted everything: routines, social life, work and even physical activity. With so many indoor sports centres closed or less accessible, there was an evident need for a new outdoor space. This is how the nrml bskt project was born.

This unusual court allows Montrealers to finally get back to playing the sport. Located on the patio of a hotel surrounded by several buildings, this space uses technology to create a fun game for young and old people alike. The game is a great way to burn off energy, hang out, laugh, and have fun.

Dribble between two buildings

Spend your lunch hour playing with your colleagues or swap Sunday brunch for a game.


Visit and discover!

When?

June 15 to September 22, 2022, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. (8 p.m. in September)


Where?

Patio of Delta Hotels Montreal by Marriott*

475 President Kennedy Avenue, Montreal, QC, H3A 1J7

Place-des-Arts metro station

*Adapted court accessible to people with reduced mobility.


How?

Reservation - Corporate groups and general public

Want to play? Go to the project website to book online. It’s free.

 
 

 
 

Production credits

Promoter:

Harrison Fun

 
 
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About “I love working downtown”: A Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal initiative

The “I love working downtown” initiative, carried out with the support of the Ministère de l’Économie et de l’Innovation, aims to deploy actions to accelerate the revival of downtown Montréal. As part of this initiative, the Chamber is focusing on supporting creative projects in private and semi-private spaces to enhance the downtown core’s attractiveness as a place to work.

With the financial participation of:

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