An outlet mall proposed for the Ottawa’s west end is one step closer to being built, as councillors on the city’s planning committee gave their go-ahead to the proposal at a Tuesday meeting.
U.S. retailer Tanger Outlet Centers has teamed with a number of local firms to bring the pedestrian mall to a site close to Scotiabank Place. They are also planning on building several restaurants and a hotel.
A full meeting of city council will be responsible for giving the final approval for the proposal.
These planning principles reflect the hospital’s ambitious vision of the future of health care in our city.