Urban Design wins in Old Ottawa East

The City of Ottawa recognized two major Old Ottawa East development projects at its Urban Design Awards in October.

The awards, handed out every second year, celebrate projects built in the City of Ottawa that achieve urban design excellence and were built in Ottawa between September 1, 2015 and September 1, 2017.

The Main Street Renewal project was singled out for an award of merit for its design that creates and enhances a special area in the public realm.

And Greystone Village also received an award of merit for its Vision and Master Plan, a category that showcases inspiring ideas and guiding plans for the future. Congratulations to the teams who worked on these projects.

Source: City of Ottawa

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