The good news is that if you bid on them by March 18, they can be yours.
The first one is on Papineau just north of Mount Royal and fills almost its entire 11,000 square foot footprint.
We have no idea what the zoning is on any of these buildings but it's a pretty safe bet that they'll end up demolished. At least the first two, which are stubby little things, while the third might hold potential as is for something or other.
The second one, on Monk, is on a challenged strip that has had some trouble filling its commercial high street. It's a 14,500 square foot piece of land with a building of almost that same size atop of it.
The most significant of the trio sits on St. James street, a couple of blocks west of the St. Henri metro. It comes on a lot of 23,500 square feet.
Expect traffic to go absolutely nuts on that strip in upcoming years, however, as the foolishly-conceived Turcot rebuild takes downtown-bound traffic from the highway back onto St. James thanks to the upcoming demolition of the entrance ramp to the 20 eastbound.