Trinity drops height at planned Gladstone Station mixed-use development
December 4th, 2019
Trinity Development Group is lowering the planned height of its proposed apartment complex next to the future Gladstone Station, according to updated plans filed Thursday with the city.
The developer, which is partnering with CLV Group and PBC Real Estate Advisors on the mixed-use project at 951 Gladstone Ave. and 145 Loretta Ave., is now planning three towers at heights of 35, 33 and 30 storeys. The original plans also called for buildings at 35 storeys and 30 storeys, but also included a 41-storey highrise.
Two levels of underground parking will allot for 521 parking spaces on the site, which is located directly next to the planned Gladstone Station as part of phase two of Ottawa’s light rail transit.
Trinity also has plans for three highrise towers farther down the Trillium Line at 900 Albert St., next to Bayview Station. Those towers will feature heights of 65, 56 and 27 storeys containing more than 1,200 apartment units.
According to Kitchissippi Coun. Jeff Leiper, there will be an open house to discuss the proposed development on Sept. 10 at the Hintonburg Community Centre at 6:30 p.m.
Courtesy of: Ottawa Business Journal; Craig Lord, Ottawa
Published: August 23, 2019