Welcome to Wateridge Village, a sustainable new community minutes from downtown located on traditional Algonquin territory and overlooking the Ottawa River. Celebrating the Algonquin people, the legacy of the former Canadian Forces Base Rockcliffe lands and the brilliance of modern urban design.
Visionary and masterful in scope, Wateridge Village will be home to design-forward residences, retail and office space, unparalleled amenities, beautiful parks, trails and so much more.

A family with a young daughter and baby sitting on the front porch of a house.


Singles, Towns & Condos at
Wateridge Village

Welcome to where living options abound. With brand new, low, mid and high rise residential towers, detached homes in a dazzling array of options, and masterfully designed townhomes come together in one community. Quiet, pedestrian friendly, tree-lined streetscapes give way to everyday conveniences and welcoming neighbourhood hubs. Gather, connect, and watch neighbours become great friends. You’re going to love living here.


Phase 1A lot plan


World-class Office & Retail Space

Introduce a bevy of top name stores, one-of-a-kind boutiques, cafes and places to eat. Add to that more than 500,000 sq ft of design-forward office space and watch what happens: Wateridge Village also becomes Ottawa’s best work/life balance. Factor in state-of-the-art technology capabilities and ultra-connectivity to transit, and witness true, visionary thinking hard at work. Wateridge Village is destinated to become Ottawa’s number one community to live and work.


A group of coworkers surrounding a table looking at a papers on the table.
A young girl and boy sitting beside each other at a desk writing in notebooks.


Elementary, Secondary &
Post-Secondary Schools

Today’s lesson: an idyllic location near a host of great schools is a must. That’s why Wateridge Village will be home to brand new elementary schools on site. Just minutes away, find a wide choice of additional well-established French and English, public and private elementary and secondary schools. Not only that, post-secondary options including: La Cité Collégiale, Algonquin College, Carleton University, University of Ottawa and St Paul’s University are easily accessible, thanks to the transit network close by.



The River, Parks, Trails & Paths

Where the land meets the river, there’s a wondrous sense of calm. Walk, jog or hike the tranquil trails that meander by the Ottawa River and natural wildlife areas. Take to two wheels on the bike paths. Learn about the Algonquin people and their connection to the land through commemorative elements such as the naming of streets and the design of three major parks, dedicated to the Algonquin history and heritage of the site. Tap into the pluses of a riverside location and fish, paddle board, or grab a kayak or canoe. Come winter, strap on cross country skis, snowshoes or skates and explore a winter wonderland. When you live here, a veritable year-round playground surrounds you.


A small boy playing at an outdoor water playground. Houses line the background.
A family smiling and laughing, sitting on the bus with a bright, sunny background.


Transportation, Walkability & Connectivity at Wateridge Village

From here, go anywhere. The downtown core is a quick 5 minute drive away. Easy access to the Sir George-Étienne Cartier Parkway, Aviation Parkway, and Highway 417 make getting across town a breeze. Those aren’t the only things that make Wateridge Village a commuter’s paradise. With OC Transpo Stops right in the community and the Blair Transit Station nearby, you’ll be connected to everywhere. To top it all off, the entire Wateridge Village community is designed to be highly walkable, with modern and urban pedestrian friendly streetscaping applied throughout.



A Sense of Community

The excited laughter of small children playing tag. The friendly wave of a neighbour passing by with his dog. The whir of a neighbour’s lawnmower, the thwack of a tennis ball during a friendly match, the sounds of the cappuccino machine at a café down the street. That’s what makes a neighbourhood warm and inviting. Those are the things that say welcome home.


A group of friends happily drinking coffee around a table in a cafe.