Yet another development is being proposed in the Glebe Annex – this time at the north end. Five buildings (273-281) at Bell St South, where Orangeville turns into Bell, are planned to be demolished and replaced with two apartment buildings.The two white houses to the north are staying.
A six-storey building is proposed on the Bell side (zoning currently allows 4 stories), and a four-storey on Arthur Lane, with a courtyard in between the two buildings. The proposal includes 49 units – 12 studio, 22 one-bedroom and four 2-bedroom, as well as seven above ground parking spaces and 49 bicycle parking spaces. A number of environmental features, such as geothermal heating, are also being proposed.
More information can be found at: https://devapps.ottawa.ca/en/applications/D02-02-22-0033/details
Feedback can be submitted to the city planner for the project, Nader Kadri:
- Tel.: 613-580-2424, ext. 25193;
- Nader.Kadri@ottawa.ca; or
- via the submit feedback button at the link above.
Feedback is due by June 17th, 2022. Please feel free to CC us on any comments or provide them to us directly – we’d like to know what the community thinks of this proposal.
Images: Edge Architects Ltd.