Rich in both its character and heritage, the history of Old Ottawa East goes back to its farmland roots almost 200 years ago. This was a neighbourhood built by a pioneering spirit and strengthened with bonds of friendship and social activities, where children came to fish on the river, family and friends skated on ponds, and fresh produce was grown and traded for goods.
The Old Ottawa Community Centre was the heart and hub of the old neighbourhood. As the city grew around it, the neighbourhood has proudly retained much of its charm and character. Today, Old Ottawa East is a vibrant village known for its lush parks, boutique shops and restaurants and beautiful waterside trails, all designed to draw people back to experience its timeless appeal.
* Buildings along Main Street East of the Grand Allee and west of Clegg Street are Saint Paul University land and are place-markers only.
All Renderings are Artist’s Concept. E. & O. E.
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