Development and Transportation Projects
Note: We only keep projects from the last few years years on this page, for reference purposes.
(Last updated: December 2018) In January 2016, City Council approved a development application to build nine four-storey semi-detached and townhouse units. The owner of the land then reconsidered his original plan and developed a new proposal.
The second development application is for the construction of a 5-storey apartment building with 36 residential apartment units. The ground floor of the building will accommodate twelve indoor parking spaces for tenants, a storage area, as well as garbage storage. The remaining four floors above will accommodate a mix of residential units. The proposed development required a zoning by-law amendment and a site plan application. The rezoning was approved.
(Last updated: December 2018) The developer proposed building a total of ten two-storey homes fronting onto Kingston Avenue. Four single detached homes are located along the eastern portion of the site and three semi-detached buildings are located along the western portion of the site.
The development required a zoning by-law amendment and a site plan application. The application was approved.
(Last updated: May 2019) The owner plans to add a 10-storey tower on the west side and a 12-storey tower to the east side of the existing 5-storey building. This application was approved by City Council in 2017. Zoning has been approved and the project is under construction.
(Last updated: September 2019) Ottawa City Council approved the construction of a mountain bike pump track and skills area in Carlington park by the Ottawa Mountain Bike Association (OMBA) on September 28, 2016. The OMBA has received grants from various sources but needs additional funding to move forward with construction.
Construction took place during summer 2019 and the park was officially opened in September 2019.