New St. Laurent Mixed-Use Development Proposal
The City of Ottawa has received an application for a new mixed-use development on the eastern edge of Riverview Park. This development would replace the Petro Canada, and the St. Hubert and 168 Sushi restaurants on St. Laurent Blvd. Further details about this St. Laurent mixed-use development application are below.
1740, 1754 and 1760 St. Laurent Boulevard.
The City of Ottawa has received a Zoning By-law Amendment and Site Plan Control application to
permit the development of 2 mixed-use buildings and 2 residential buildings ranging in height from
12- to 15-storeys.
The site is located on the west side of St. Laurent Boulevard, approximately 150 metres south of Industrial Road. The properties are developed along the St. Laurent Blvd frontage with a Petro Canada, St. Hubert’s, Ottawa Swordplay, End of the Roll and 168Sushi. Surface parking and a vacant lot are located to the rear of the properties. North of the properties is a mid-rise office building, and fire station, to the east on the far side of St. Laurent Blvd and to the south are 1-storey commercial buildings and to the west are two vacant lots fronting onto Everest Private that are slated
for two, mid-rise residential buildings.
The Zoning By-law Amendment application is required for the southern portion of the property that has a maximum permitted height of 30 metres. The remainder of the site is permitted a 50 metre maximum height.
The associated Site Plan Control application is for the re-development of the lands for 2, mixed-use buildings along St. Laurent Blvd and 2, residential buildings internal to the site for a total of 662 new residential units. The buildings will range in height from 12- to 15- storeys, up to a maximum of 50 metres and will be accessed off St. Laurent Blvd at a proposed signalized intersection. The site will contain some surface parking, while the majority of the 298 spaces, will be provided underground. Communal, amenity space for the residents will be provided at-grade and as rooftop amenity space. Commercial uses are proposed on the ground floor, including the relocation of the existing St.
Additional proposal details
Additional details about this zoning by-law amendment and site plan control proposal for this St. Laurent mixed-use development can be found on the City of Ottawa development applications page.
Comments on the proposal
Please note the deadline date for comments is December 17, 2021