LeBreton Flats

The Crown corporation says it will launch a request for qualifications to develop a two-and-half-acre site east of the Pimisi LRT station at the end of this month.
Crown corporation was scheduled to launch the development process for property at 665 Albert St. earlier this spring.
The National Capital Commission is putting a call for proposals to develop a portion of LeBreton Flats on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal agency said Thursday.
The proposed towers are part of Claridge’s East Flats project, which calls for up to five highrises that will include more than 1.5 million square feet of residential space.
The National Capital Commission unveiled its cohesive vision for the future of LeBreton Flats Thursday morning, featuring numerous public spaces, sections designated for a series of mixed
The phased approach to developing LeBreton Flats has members of the National Capital Commission’s board of directors feeling more in control of the long-vacant land
O2 will work with a series of partners, including Ottawa's CIMA+ and Paterson Group, to help incorporate public feedback into a shared vision for the Flats
In the latest edition of the OBJ newsmagazine, publisher Mike Curran shares his observations from Ottawa's city-building summit
The National Capital Commission outlined its role and vision for several major Ottawa building projects – including the controversial Château Laurier addition – on Thursday
Mayor says he doesn't expect Sens owner Eugene Melnyk to be part of renewed development process