900 Albert will set a new precedent in mixed-use development in Ottawa thanks in part to its sheer scale and size, its transit and pedestrian-oriented vision, and world-class amenity offering. 900 Albert will be a new benchmark for high-density development projects and will be a catalyst for future developments in the city and surrounding region.
The site is adjacent to the LeBreton Flats district which is set to become the largest redevelopment project in Ottawa’s history. The expansive district will feature a tremendous range of different amenities, retail and commercial offerings, employment opportunities and will become one of the city’s main cultural hubs.
The site will provide the residents and visitors with immediate access to a nearby Trillium Multi-Use Pathway, connecting 900 Albert to the Capital Pathway network.
900 Albert is also located at the crossroads of Ottawa’s most vibrant neighbourhoods. The proximity to the Hintonburg, Little Italy and Chinatown districts will ensure that residents enjoy the many amenities and events that are unique to each of these culturally significant districts.
With direct, indoor access to the Bayview Transit Hub, 900 Albert will benefit tremendously from the service offered by Ottawa’s two main rapid transit lines. A pedestrian bridge will help residents and visitors conveniently access the transit hub directly from the new development. With new transit expansions and improvements slated to be completed by 2025, 900 Albert will be at the heart of the Ottawa’s most important infrastructure project to date.
900 Albert will become an icon in Ottawa’s skyline and will set a new precedent for high-density mixed-use development in the city. The site will be a key hub in Ottawa’s transit network, and offer residents and visitors with world-class amenities, and provide the community with high-level retail experiences and employment opportunities.