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.
Anglican Diocese of Ottawa
Feds, province give $4M boost to diocese's plan to replace Bells Corners rectory with affordable housing
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…
A Toronto-based developer has announced plans to build an 18-storey retirement residence on a prime piece of downtown real estate owned by the Anglican Diocese of Ottawa.