5-storey retirement home proposed for old Flea Market land

Retirement home view from Hazeldean Road.
Retirement home view from Hazeldean Road.

Another retirement home could soon be coming to Stittsville.  The latest proposal was posted to the City’s web site this week:

“The City of Ottawa has received a Site Plan application to build a five-storey retirement residence in two phases. Phase 1 (2,474.5 m2) will consist of 173 units and Phase 2 (771.5 m2) of 57 units. 110 parking spaces are being proposed. Roadway Modifications may be required.”

The land is at 6176 Hazeldean Road, part of a vacant piece of land that used to be home to the Stittsville Flea Market.   So far none of the usual planning documents and studies that support the site plan  have been posted.

It comes on the heels of another retirement home proposal last month, for a four-storey residence on Wildpine Court off Stittsville Main. We’ve also heard that the existing Rivera retirement residents is considering an expansion southwards from their current location on Stittsville Main.

More information here…

Proposed site map.
Proposed site map. Click for larger size.
Location of the proposed retirement home on the former flea market lands on Hazeldean Road.
Location of the proposed retirement home on the former flea market lands on Hazeldean Road.

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