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335 Roosevelt Avenue – Resubmission #2 – OPA and ZBA Applications – Blog Post + Open House Recording

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The applicants for the proposed development at 335 Roosevelt have resubmitted their development application to the City of Ottawa. Previously, the submission included two high-rise residential buildings of 21 and 18 storeys and 4 low-rise residential buildings. As many know, development applications were previously submitted in 2011 to permit the development of two (2) high-rise towers on the subject property, with building heights of 14 and 16 storeys, respectively. These applications were approved by Council and were subsequently appealed to the Ontario Municipal Board. In 2014, the Board’s decision applied a maximum of eight (8) storeys on the subject site.

The revised design of this second resubmission has reduced building heights to two (2) 12-storey buildings. Three (3) storey low-rise apartment buildings on Wilmont Avenue and Winston Avenue remain from the original proposal, with one (1) apartment building along Roosevelt removed in the revised plan. A total of 284 residential dwelling units are proposed across the site.

All parking is located underground and is accessed via two (2) entrances/exits at Winston Avenue and Roosevelt. This is located in the two (2) levels of underground parking, which contain 260 parking spaces. There are also 284 bicycling parking spaces provided on the site.

A mid-block pedestrian connection remains at the northern terminus of Winston Avenue, which provides a north-south pathway connection to the multi-use pathway (MUP) along the south side of the Transitway.

You can review the Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment applications further on Devapps. This application has not yet been approved. 

Our office hosted an open house on this resubmission on November 24th. You can review this public meeting online here.

You can register for future notifications about this application by submitting a form in the “Send Feedback” button in the DevApps package or by e-mailing the planner (Steve Gauthier, and requesting to receive future notifications on these files (#D02-02-20-0071 and D01-01-20-0013)

Please send feedback to the lead planner on the file, Steve Gauthier ( Please also consider sending us feedback on the proposed development and including us on any correspondence with the planner via  and/or

Posted December 2, 2021