OTTAWA

The development will be a 800,000 sq ft. mixed use, campus-style community with a total of 852 residential units (1,410 beds) and 31,500 sq. ft. of retail space, all built around two landscaped courtyards. Located minutes away from Carleton University, the development will feature fully furnished studio, 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom suites with en-suite bathrooms and in-suite laundry facilities. Both surface parking and underground parking will be available to residents and visitors.

The buildings will feature state of the art Wi-Fi access, automation, safety and security systems and energy efficiency systems. The development is ideally located 600m away from public beach and parks, and 500m away from light rail transit station, with 15 minute connectivity to downtown areas of the city.

The 30,000 sq. ft. retail area in the development will include an anchor grocery store, various food and beverage outlets (coffee house, sports bar, pizza, sushi etc.) and service businesses (pharmacy, hairdresser etc.)

The development will include over 30,000 sq. ft. of amenity spaces to add value to the overall student experience:

  • Over 20,000 sq. ft of communal and private study areas, lounge space.
  • A 6,500 sq. ft. state of the art fitness centre with yoga & pilates studio, cardio bar.
  • A 4,500 sq. ft. resident’s lounge and games centre with pool table, table tennis, arcade,video-gaming.
  • Terrace lounge, outdoor courtyard and patio areas.

CARLETON UNIVERSITY

The development serves Carleton University, located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and is situated on unceded Algonquin territory beside the historic Rideau Canal, an official UNESCO World Heritage Site. Carleton University was founded in 1942 to meet the needs of veterans returning from the Second World War and to help provide the young people in Ottawa, many of whom had taken on jobs to cope with the pressures of the Depression, with an opportunity to continue their formal education.

Since those early days, it has grown to become a leading university recognized for its leadership in teaching, research, community engagement and interdisciplinary study.

Carleton University’s roots as a non-denominational college supported in part by charitable donations from the Ottawa community make it unique among Ontario universities.

From its humble beginnings on Ottawa’s First Avenue, Carleton has grown into a dynamic research and teaching institution with a tradition of anticipating and leading change. Today, the university sits on more than 100 acres, on a site between the Rideau River and the Rideau Canal, just a short distance from downtown Ottawa.

The university provides an excellent education and experience to its more than 24,000 full- and part-time students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Its more than 875 academic staff are recognized internationally for their scholarship and cutting-edge research in more than 50 disciplines.

Carleton’s reputation is built on its strengths in the fields of journalism, public affairs, international affairs, architecture and high technology. Its students benefit from the interdisciplinary, active, hands-on approach to teaching and research practiced by its faculty members and from the numerous partnerships the university has with the federal government, other universities and private sector partners.

For more information, visit: www.carleton.ca