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Old Posted May 22, 2020, 5:12 PM
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3865 Old Richmond Rd | 12.7m | 4f | Proposed

The Anglican Diocese of Ottawa is proposing to demolish the existing rectory and construct a 3-and-a half storey (4 level) mixed-use building of approximately 12.7 m in height and with a gross floor area of approximately 2,438.5 m2 at 3865 Old Richmond Road with the following proposed uses:

• Ground Floor – community health and resource centre uses (FAMSAC and WOCRC) (312 m2), a community room, and residential uses.
• Upper floors – residential uses consisting of 1-, 2- and 3-bedrooms units, including 1-bedroom accessible units.

A total of 35 residential dwelling units are proposed with a mix of one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units. There will be a mix of rental affordability options for the residential units.

The existing parking lot would continue to provide parking for the existing Church at 3681 Old Richmond Road and the new proposed mixed-use building at 3685 Old Richmond Road.

Architect: Hobin Architecture

Development application:




Rendering & elevations:

Older 2019 renderings: http://webcast.ottawa.ca/plan/All_Im...02-19-0061.PDF
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Old Posted May 22, 2020, 8:37 PM
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"A mix of rental affordability options" sounds rather complicated. I wonder what it means in practice and who will be funding them?
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