An Ottawa development group is looking to replace a low-rise building on Bronson Avenue, just north of Gladstone Avenue, with a six-storey mixed-use structure, according to the city.
Real estate services firm TC United Group has filed plans to construct a 44-unit building with ground-level commercial areas at 440-444 Bronson Avenue. The property is just north of Gladstone Avenue, beside the Midas service centre and across the street from McNabb Park.
According to details of the site plan application released by the city, the redeveloped property would include eight parking spaces as well as a lay-by area for couriers, taxis and other vehicles to wait.
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The building is designed by local architect Project1 Studio. Ottawa-based TC United is leading the development application through city hall. The firm says it specializes in consulting, planning, financing, construction and property management.