New Glebe plan calls for 4-storey cap along stretch of Bank Street

New Glebe plan calls for 4-storey cap along stretch of Bank Street

New Glebe plan calls for 4-storey cap along stretch of Bank Street Height limits aimed at preserving central neighbourhood's charm Ottawa's planning committee has approved new rules that will cap building heights along a section of Bank Street in the Glebe in an attempt to preserve the central neighbourhood's character. The plan approved Thursday will cap future development between First and Holmwood avenues, a distance of about 550 metres, at four storeys. A seven-storey apartment building by Minto at Bank and Fifth Avenue, and an eight-storey retirement home between Fifth and Holmwood, are already near completion. - 7-storey condo plan prompts call for Glebe development strategy - Glebe residents, councillor lose fight against 8-storey retirement home Buildings of up to six storeys will be allowed elsewhere on the strip, while …
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