Welcome to Dream LeBreton
Dream LeBreton is a new residential high rise coming soon to the Lebreton Flats neighbourhood of Ottawa.
Designed by Perkins&Will and KPMB Architects, this sustainable development consists of two 30+ storey towers. The building complex will feature integrated solar panels and will ‘harvest’ natural daylight using the towers’ orientation and sloped roofs to maximize solar energy.
The red facade of the towers was designed in collaboration with Canadian artist Margaret Priest and takes inspiration from the Laurentian Forest and the historical red brick homes in the neighbouring communities.The colour will lighten as it climbs up the towers, creating a slender appearance and drawing the eye to the sky. The towers are rotated and offset to one another to offer the best views of Ottawa landmarks including Parliament Hill, the Ottawa and Gatineau Rivers and nearby Dow’s Lake.
Anchoring the buildings are six-storey podiums which will contain the amenities and terrace down to a large ground-level community space. This space is envisioned as a central gathering place designed to host ceremonies, events, public art and other social events.
The two towers will contain a total of 601 units. The builder has not yet released details of the specifications of the units, including size, features and finishings. As this project progresses from the pre-construction phase, the builder will provide further information.
Amenities of Dream Lebreton will include child care, a programmed community hub, a workshop, a green roof and gardens, homework rooms, co-working lounges, a community kitchen and fitness centres. The buildings will include indoor parking for vehicles and bicycles. Shops and cafes will also be located on-site. As this project progresses from the pre-construction phase, the builder will provide further information.
Prospective residents will find Dream Lebreton on Albert Street just east of Booth Street. Residents will be able to take advantage of the new Ādisōke public library, expected to be completed in 2026, which will be right next door. They will also be able to walk to both Centretown and Little Italy, which offer a selection of options for shopping, dining and entertainment. Residents can also walk to the Pimisi LRT station.
Dream is building Dream Lebreton. One of Canada’s leading real estate companies, Dream owns over $17 billion in assets across North America and Europe. Founded in 1994, it is based in Toronto.