Please be advised that on February 24, 2022, the City of Ottawa received an Official Plan Amendment application and a Zoning By-law Amendment application for 70 & 80 Woodridge Crescent. The site is located on the south side of Woodridge Crescent, west of Bayshore Shopping Centre, directly north of Highway 417 and the Bayshore Transit Station.
The applicant is proposing a mixed-use development comprised of two towers of 40 (east tower) and 37 storeys (west tower). The proposed buildings will contain between 245-280 units in the west tower and 266-304 units in the east tower for a total between 511 and 584 units.. A total of 448 underground parking stalls are proposed, in addition to eight at-grade visitor stalls, as well as 120 bicycle parking stalls between the two buildings. The proposed development also includes amenity space in the form of a Privately Owned Public Space (POPS) located in the interior of the subject property, between the two buildings. The proposed development contemplates 3,595 square metres of communal amenity space. Commercial uses are also proposed at-grade in the base of the towers.
Submitted documents will soon be available at: Ottawa.ca/DevApps
On Thursday, March 3rd, Councillor Theresa Kavanagh hosted an information session on the proposed development at 70 Woodridge Crescent, see map below for the location.
Ferguslea Properties discussed plans for a mixed-use development on vacant land at 70 Woodridge Crescent adjacent to the Bayshore Shopping Centre. Visit accoravillage.com/70woodridge for more information on the project.
Will current Accora Village residents be given preference for the apartments at 70 Woodridge as they become available?
Existing Accora Village residents will be most welcome to view and apply to move to the apartments when they become available. As this project is in the very early stages and the buildings will not be built for several years, they will share more information about the application process in due course.
What will be the construction hours?
While construction will not commence for at least two years, it will be undertaken in accordance with all applicable City of Ottawa bylaws and they will make every effort to avoid and minimize any inconvenience for Accora Village residents.