After being displaced from its property to make way for light-rail construction, a French-language association has submitted a site plan for the facility that will replace it on Montreal Road.
The $25-million building at 250 Montreal Rd., in Vanier, will be seven storeys high with two levels of underground parking and two loading bays, according to city documents. It will be a mixed-use building, with commercial uses on the ground and office space for the rest of the floors.
The Association des enseignantes et enseignants franco-ontariens owns the site. It is primarily vacant except for a parking lot used by tenants for the nearby 290 Dupuis St. – which is also owned by the association.
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Association officials announced the purchase of the site in February. The sale price was not revealed.
“We had no choice,” said association president Benoit Mercier in a statement at the time.
“We were served with a notice of expropriation by the city of Ottawa for our property located at 681 Belfast Rd.”
Comments are open on the site plan, which has yet to be reviewed by a city committee. No construction timeline has been released.
Subcontractors for the project so far include Martineau Architecture Inc. + Smith Carter Architects & Engineers Inc. (traffic noise assessment) and Paterson Group Inc. (environmental assessment).