Development, Transportation, Pedestrians
Note: We only keep projects from the last few years on this page, for reference purposes. New projects are located on the Current Projects page.
- Carling/Kirkwood (North) Intersection Resign
- Embassy West Senior Living
- 1110 Fisher Avenue (2019 proposal)
- 1132 Fisher Avenue
- 864 Lady Ellen Place
- Laperriere and McBride Three-Way Stop
- Larkin, Larose and Lepage Infrastructure Project
- OMBA Bike Park on Carlington Hill
- Parklane Apartment (1095 Merivale Road)
Carling and Kirkwood (North) Intersection Redesign
Construction started Autumn 2021.
(Last updated: August 2021) Purpose of redesign is to prevent traffic using Carling/Kirkwood exit from Queensway west-bound from making a left turn south onto Kirkwood. A median will be installed so that traffic exiting the Queensway must travel west to Saigon Court in order to use Carling east-bound to turn onto Kirkwood south. Saigon Court will be widened to accommodate new traffic.
As part of this redesign, a traffic light is being installed at the Saigon/Carling east-bound intersection.
(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: 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: 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.
(Last updated: May 2021) The Shepherds of Good Hope have purchased the building and plan to renovate and expand it. They will present plans shortly to the Community Development Framework.