Let’s take out the crystal ball and look ahead at what 2017 may have in store for Stittsville…
CANADIAN TIRE CENTRE
Earlier this year we should hear from the Ottawa Senators about what they have in mind for Canadian Tire Centre once the Sens leave for Lebreton Flats. Last year, team owner Eugene Melnyk teased that the development would be an “entertainment-driven” transformation. Whatever it is, any change will have a major impact on Stittsville and Kanata for jobs, transportation and economic development. Continue reading
Richcraft is going to ask the city’s Built Heritage Sub-Committee to defer a decision on their demolition request for the Bradley-Craig barn. The developer wants to dismantle and move the landmark building on Hazeldean Road to Saunder’s Farm in Munster, and the proposal is on the committee’s agenda for this Monday. The committee will likely grant the deferral, and reschedule the item for December. Continue reading
The City of Ottawa has received a site plan control application for 6303 Hazeldean Road (at Carp Road): “The application is proposing to revise two buildings previously approved, which have not yet been constructed, in order to accommodate an athletic facility in one building and a restaurant, retail store or bank in the other.”
Architectural drawings for the athletic facility include signage for a Goodlife Fitness. The building would be located on the north end of the site near where Kungfu Bistro is today. The other building is describe as being “similar in size to the Tim Horton’s.” The site is owned by Crombie Property Holdings Limited.
The City of Ottawa is accepting comments from the public about the plan. Click here for more info…