Bells Corners

There’s been a lot of buzz surrounding Hyatt Place Ottawa West – and not just because the new hotel has a rooftop hive that accommodates 50,000 to 70,000 bees.
This amount is complemented by $740,000 for fee and development charge waivers from the City of Ottawa and $4 million in Ontario Priorities Housing Initiative funding.
Despite the pandemic, hotel's management team decided to take the plunge and start welcoming customers after delaying the opening several times.
Owner Paul Meek's new venture, Bottles and Cans Beverage Company, focuses on Ontario brews and ciders that aren't readily available at the LCBO.
Diocese wants to tear down the structure at 3865 Old Richmond Rd. and replace it with a four-level mixed-use building that will include 35 affordable housing units.
The Anglican Diocese wants to tear down a rectory in Bells Corners and replace it with a four-level mixed-use building as part of a plan to construct affordable housing units at church properties…
Several property developers and business owners are taking a renewed interest in Bells Corners, attracted in part by development incentives and the growing presence of the nearby Department of Nati
After more than eight years at its west-end location, local craft brewing pioneer Kichesippi Beer Co. will soon be on the move.
A pair of office buildings in Bells Corners officially has a new owner.
Ottawa employees at General Dynamics Canada are gearing up to fulfill a $32-million subcontract to work on a ground surveillance program for N