Seniors' apartment complex proposed for Cyrville

by Gerv Tacadena on 28 Nov 2019

Local developer Huntington Properties has filed a site-plan application for a six-storey retirement home and seniors' apartment complex in Cyrville, Ottawa.

The complex is expected to offer assisted-living options from independent residential units to higher levels of assisted living and daily medical care, according to the Ottawa Business Journal.

The three-building complex is planned to rise on a site currently occupied by industrial buildings. The development will comprise a total of 316 units; 186 rooms will be part of the retirement home, while the remaining will be residential units. A two-storey podium will connect the buildings.

The developer plans the complex to have 164 parking spaces, which will be distributed to a ground-level lot and an underground space.

Huntington Properties is also planning for the complex to have a total of 16,000 square metres for amenities, including courtyards, dining areas, and walking paths.

Included in the plan are proposals for a therapeutic pool, fitness studio, golf simulator, cafe, hair salon, theatre, and a full-service cafeteria-style restaurant.

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