160 George: standing the test of time

Dec
06

160 George is commonly referred to as “The St.George” and is considered Ottawa’s first downtown luxurious condominium. 160 George is a prime example of condominiums standing the test of time.  What makes 160 George stand out: Exceptional property management. The condo fees have been on target for the past 25 years. On average the price …

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Sep
18

The downtown cityscape, the Gatineau Hills, Elgin Street on a Saturday night, your neighbour’s balcony…whatever condo view captures your eye, we want to see it. From your third floor window or your rich uncle’s private penthouse terrace, we’d like to see Ottawa as you see it, from all condo angles.   Next time you’re admiring …

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Jul
29

It has recently been made public that Windmill Developments has written a ‘letter of intent’ to purchase lands owned by Domtar on the historical Chaudiere Island— located between Ottawa and Gatineau. Windmill Developments aspires to build a mixed-use sustainable community at a world-class level. What will we see on the plans? We suppose a number …

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Jul
26

Our team continually strives to discover and implement new ways to make the Ottawa Condo Network user experience better and better. Lately we have been focusing our attention on making Ottawa Condo Network’s site speed faster. Behind the scenes, we have some of the best computer engineers in the city coming up with new ways …

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Mar
16

*well, Ottawa anyway. Some people think that opting for condo living means giving up access to your own outdoor space. Well, there’s a new condo in town that challenges this theory. Soba is one of Ottawa’s most highly anticipated condominium projects. It offers a variety of different floor plans from 373 square foot one bedrooms …

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Jan
04

Most of the structures featured in the ‘authentic’ section of Ottawa Condo Network site have a ‘heritage’ property status.This article will discuss what makes a structure special once it has been designated a ‘heritage’ building. A property becomes ‘heritage’ through the passing of a bylaw within the municipality, and once designated, major restrictions are placed …

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