Office of Councillor Jeff Leiper, Kitchissippi Ward, Ottawa | (613) 580-2485  | jeff@kitchissippiward.ca
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861 Clyde - Development Proposal + Open House Webinar

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Some of you may be aware that Claridge recently purchased the former Neilsen's Dairy Plant at 861 Clyde Ave, which the intention of redeveloping the property. The site is approximately 6.65 acres in-between Carling Ave and the 417, with Churchill Ave to the east. 

The applicant is proposing 6 high-rise buildings, one mid-rise building, street oriented townhomes, a raised interior courtyard and a park space.  The high-rise buildings will sit on six storey podiums, varying from twenty five and thirty storeys and are proposed to be oriented closest to the Queensway to act as a barrier to the north.  The mid-rise building that bounds the north side of the site varies from four to eight storeys, is proposed to have landscaped roofs and loft style units.  The interior courtyard is proposed to be entranced by an amphitheatre segment overlooking the park and oriented to the afternoon sun.  A pathway link south of the project is proposed to enhance cycling and pedestrian circulation travelling east-west.  A private street is proposed to connect both the Churchill and Clyde etrance through the site with minimal surface parking.

The application has not been submitted yet, but once available full details will be posted on DevApps. A few additional renderings are included below. 

We are hosting an open house webinar to discuss this proposed development further with the community:

Monday, November 30 at 7:00pm

Please click the link below to join the webinar: 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88492167902

Password: 018808

During the open house webinar, the applicant and their team will run through the proposed development in more detail, and we will take questions from those watching. In order to join, you just need to download Zoom and click the link provided. You will then be prompted to use the password, and sign in with your name and e-mail address.

We will be recording the webinar and posted it online afterwards for anyone who is unable to attend on November 30. 

Please consider sending us feedback on the proposed development via Jeff.Leiper@ottawa.ca and / or Fiona.Mitchell@ottawa.ca. 

Posted November 13, 2020