Downtown Central

A Beautiful Hilly Seaside Community.

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A Hilly Seaside Community

Located in the heart of the capital, Ottawa’s downtown core sits along the elegant riverside district of old Ottawa. 

The area boasts beautiful views of gothic revival government buildings on Parliament Hill, as well as the famous Rideau Canal, pebbled with cruise boats in the summer months. The downtown region is also home to the National Arts Centre, stone-built Bytown museums, and the Rideau Centre. Ottawa’s core is within walking distance to several central areas within the city, including the ByWard Market, the Sandy Hill area, Centretown, and the Golden Triangle.

ByWard Market

The ByWard Market is a renowned district abuzz with outdoor farmers’ market stalls, clothing and crafts fashioned by local designers, colourful street art, and an array of boutiques. The district also boasts an abundance of well-known restaurants, pubs, nightclubs, and bars to keep locals entertained.  

Sandy Hill

Sandy Hill is a leafy canal-side neighborhood with a trendy vibe. It is a short walk from the University of Ottawa, complete with busy brewpubs, bookshops, coffee roasters, and Strathcona park — an area known for outdoor movie nights and Shakespearean plays.

Centretown

 busy locality of iconic brunch spots, quality restaurants, coffee shops, and museums — is the perfect area for those who live an active lifestyle. The area’s waterside Rideau Canal trail is ideal for long strolls and bike rides in warmer seasons while doubling as an 8-kilometer ice-skating rink in the winter. Centretown offers a refreshing combination of newly developed high-rise condominium developments and single detached homes.

Golden Triangle

The Golden Triangle is a small district rich with plenty of boutiques, restaurants, and cafés. The area also features several embassies and the downtown complex of City Hall, featuring a busy pop-up skating rink and a bustling plaza. The community also offers vast walking paths that continue into various parts of the city. This locality features the Sens Mile, made up of an abundance of bars and restaurants on Elgin street, brimming with patrons rooting for Ottawa’s hockey team.

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