Morley Hoppner completed development of a property in Ottawa’s Westboro Village along with Bourk Family Developments and Barry Hobin Architects in 2012. The project was conceived in early 2006 and Morley Hoppner guided the three-phase project through the full development process, site plan approval, financing, design, construction and the Tarion Warranty process. Westboro Station Phase I is a 133,000 square foot condominium, consisting of 10 stories above grade and two below. There are 64 condo units, common areas, parking, and retail spaces. It also includes live-work loft units, which are retail on the ground level with a living unit on the second floor. The exterior of the building is striking with bands of brick, stone, and glass.
Phases 2 and 3 of this project have more than 100 condominiums located in two distinct mid-rise residential towers that sit atop a podium of retail shops along Richmond Road. This street-level podium enables large terrace areas for residents on the third floor of the condominium towers which are elegantly massed and set back from the street. In total, the three completed project phases combined to include approx. 398,000 sq. ft. of space.