Located steps from Carling O-train station, Dow's Lake, Preston Street, and Little Italy.
Little Italy is one of Ottawa's most vibrant communities for re-urbanization and high-end residential living. Filled with an unique and trendy mix of restaurants, pubs, shops, and clubs, it's the perfect place for any urbanite to call home.
Carling O-train station is only a 5 minute walk away, which is one stop north of Carleton University, plus only three stops from Downtown and University of Ottawa on the new $2.1 billion Confederation Line (LRT). Also nearby is the renowned Ottawa Hospital (Civic Campus) and The Heart Institute, and various Government sector offices.
The great Ottawa outdoors, highlighted by scenic green spaces, is only steps from your front door.
Beyond the vibrancy of Little Italy, it is highlighted by scenic trails, shore lines, parks, agricultural farms. The annual Canadian Tulip Festival at Commissioner's Park, featuring a dazzling display and explosion of colour with over 300,000 tulips. Summer kayaking on Dow's Lake, or ice skating on the world's longest skating rink during Winterlude. Vast winding multi-use pathways connect throughout the neighbourhood offering a fresh of air and tranquility within the bustling, urban city.
New $2 billion super hospital will be less than 500 metres from SoHo Champagne.
Federal government gave final approval in December 2016 for the future home of Ottawa's Civic Hospital, to be built on the Sir John Carling site at Central Experimental Farm. The new $2 billion super hospital is expected to open by 2026.
The Ottawa Hospital is the largest acute care hospital in Canada. It is a 1,117-bed academic health sciences centre affiliated with the University of Ottawa, and the University of Ottawa Heart Institute is located at the hospital's Civic Campus.
The University of Ottawa Heart Institute (UOHI) is Canada's largest and foremost cardiovascular health centre and Canad's only complete cardiac centre, encompassing prevention, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation, research, and education. The Heart Institute is affiliated with The Ottawa Hospital and the University of Ottawa.
Read more about this exciting news on The Ottawa Citizen, December 3, 2016
Ottawa's $2.1 billion Light Rail Transit – The Confederation Line – opens in 2018
Carleton University is one O-train stop south, Bayview Station is one stop north, and part of Ottawa's newest and largest $2.1 billion infrastructure project – The Confederation Line (LRT). Bayview Station is the connection hub between the Confederation and O-Train Lines, designed to provide state-of-the-art and sustainable transit across the city. Opening in 2018, the LRT will easily connect you to downtown Ottawa, Parliament Hill, a revitalized Rideau Centre, Byward Market, and University of Ottawa.