Enter the neighbourhood down the Grand Allée, surrounded by lush landscaping. Stroll along charming streetscapes through a vital and bustling community, then take a path along the Rideau River and you will find yourself amidst simply-spectacular nature lands. Greystone Village stands alone as the ultimate address in Ottawa, redefining modern life.
The Rooftop is the perfect place to host your private gathering, with gas fireplaces, lounge areas, prep-kitchen, and oversized dining table and breathtaking views of the Rideau River.
Enjoy views that go on forever on your private balcony or terrace
Complementing Greystone Village’s vibrant location between two of Ottawa’s most picturesque waterways is its Grand Allée, the historic treelined formal gateway and central boulevard that will run through the heart of the community. Here you’ll find a bustling farmers’ market, speciality stores, restaurants and cafés.
Enjoy your own oasis and exercise those green thumbs in a limited selection of rooftop garden plots.
The community is committed to conserving these iconic waterways and surrounding wetlands.
With wide boulevards and alleys, riverside trails and social gathering areas, the community is designed to provide an inspired walking experience.
Greystone Village gives priority to pedestrians and people over cars. Many of the internal streets are off-limits to cars.
Greystone Village preserves the pristine natural elements on the site through sustainable development principles.
Through a Heritage Ottawa designation, Greystone Village has committed to preserving the historic buildings in the community.
Enjoy 3 kms along the Rideau River shoreline at your doorstep, perfect for walking or cycling amidst simply-spectacular nature lands
Greystone Village has been awarded LEED® ND v4 SILVER, the first project in Ontario to be awarded this designation. The LEED® ND v4 designation holds candidate projects to the highest standards of sustainable building practices and has only been achieved to date by 8 projects in North America, 3 of which are in Canada.