LeBreton Flats

CSDI is proposing to build an NHL hockey arena and events venue surrounded by mixed-use development, located on Albert Street between Preston Street and City Centre Avenue.
Bluesfest is receiving $9.8 million to help it expand its facilities and increase its capacity for high-profile shows, the federal government announced Thursday.
The return of in-person Canada Day celebrations is yet more good news in what’s shaping up to be the best summer tourism season in a while for the nation's capital.
Crown corporation says it hopes to sign a letter of intent with the preferred proponent in June, but wouldn't reveal if any of the pitches include plans for an NHL arena at the Flats.
NCC is selling 1.1-hectare site between the Pimisi LRT station and the future main branch of the Ottawa Public Library to a group led by Toronto-based Dream for $30 million.
Blueprint would see 4,000 housing units and nearly a million square feet of retail and office space built over the next 35 years at LeBreton Flats, along with more than 30 acres of parks.
The announcement of the shortlisted developers will follow a review of preliminary proposals from applicants, who have until Feb. 8 to submit their vision for the land.
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.