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OTTAWA'S DOWNTOWN CORE IS RICH IN HERITAGE, CULTURE & CULINARY DELIGHTS
AVG. HOUSE $680,000
AVG. CONDO $370,000
LIVING IN CENTRETOWN
A large part of Ottawa’s bustling downtown with an abundance of green and open space, thanks to the seven dog parks, Rideau Canal, and of course, the Ottawa River. Located near most of Ottawa’s popular tourist destinations, residents are surrounded by some of the city’s most beautiful scenery.
A perfect location if you work downtown and enjoy being mobile. Accessibility to both light rail and Ottawa's fluid bus system makes it a great neighbourhood, especially for young professionals, small families, and even the newly retired!
PLACES TO GO
DUNDONALD PARK | Occupying an entire block, the park holds many highly anticipated local events throughout the year. In summer months the park organizes film festivals, tai chi, and yoga classes.
OTTAWA CURLING CLUB | Established in 1851, Ottawa's oldest curling club boasts five curling sheets and hosts numerous events including Special Olympics and the National Blind & Vision Impaired Championships.
SPOTS TO DINE
EL CAMINO | Past the takeout window for taco lovers on the go, this popular, casual eatery offers enticing tacos, and shareable plates are accompanied by an offering of a dozen types of tequila and cocktails flavoured with agave nectara.
EAST INDIA COMPANY | The inviting Somerset Street location maintains a 50 year tradition. Their Garam Masala, a fine blend of roasted spices, is a family recipe dating back five generations.
THINGS TO DO
MUSEUM OF NATURE | The Museum features world class galleries, complete with iconic mammals, Canada’s original collection of dinosaur fossils, and the new Arctic Gallery.
McNABB RECREATION CENTER | The multi-purpose facility offers a wide variety of programs and amenities including an arena, gymnasium, meeting rooms, dance studio and pottery studio.
THE VILLAGE | A growing neighbourhood situated on Bank Street, surrounded by plenty of friendly bars, shops, and restaurants. It's home to over 20 businesses & services that directly serve the LGBTQ+ community.
SIGHTS TO SEE
CONFEDERATION PARK | The park plays host to Winterlude activities, Canada Day celebrations and the Ottawa International Jazz Festival. It's an urban oasis filled with several sculptures and monuments, like the memorial fountain honoring Colonel By.
SPARKS STREET | In addition to beautiful boutiques, restaurants, and tour companies the outdoor mall feaures special events like Rib Fest, pop-up cinemas, & Winterlude.
GLOWFAIR FESTIVAL | Music, light & art at their best! A main street extravaganza unlike anything you've ever seen before, it's 10 full blocks of musical performance stages, street installations and street performers.
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