After a building permit surge in July and August, with more than $735 million in permits issued in the two summer months, the building permit volume declined in September to $196.8 million, compared to $257.2 million in September, 2015.
The largest permit, by far, at $20,321,232 is for a “six-storey apartment/ hotel building connected by a two-storey amenity building” at 1100 Canadian Shield Ave. near the Kanata Centrum Shopping Centre.
Development application information indicates Toronto developer Bayview Hospitality plans a six-floor, 100-unit all suites Homewood Suites hotel connected with a two-storey amenity building to another sixstorey, 105-unit rental apartment.
Other permits issued in September include:
73 Leikin Dr. – $4,730,871
Ron Engineering and Construction (Eastern) Ltd. is building a one-storey industrial building described as an “RCMP mail distribution facility” at the RCMP headquarters in the South Merivale Industrial Park.
53 Elgin St. – $4,000,000
PCL Constructors Canada has been issued a building permit for “interior alterations” to Southam Hall’s seating area, as part of the overall National Arts Centre renovation project.
2480 Strandherd Dr. – $3,825,295
The new Freshco (Building A) will be a one-storey retail building with a mezzanine.
200 Boundstone Way – $3,526,967
Uniform Properties Ltd. is building a three-storey, 14-unit apartment building with a basement parking garage.
330 Sussex Dr. – $3,500,000
The Royal Canadian Mint will receive interior alterations on the first, second and third floors.
305 and 315 Elizabeth Cosgrove – $3,178,425 (each)
Two adjacent 12-unit apartment buildings will be built by Strata Construction in Cumberland.
You can view the complete list of Ottawa September building permits here: https://goo.gl/Znb7sk.