Broccolini, November 2nd 2012, Read the article
Broccolini is proud to unveil the unique mixed-use development 'The Slater' to Ottawa's urban landscape. Construction of the 22-storey development which consists of condominium residences and a hotel is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2013 and will be located at 199 Slater Street in the heart of downtown Ottawa.
"The Slater is a fresh take on the modernist buildings that dominate the immediate area, instantly integrating itself into the established fabric of the neighbourhood. With its forever relevant style based on logic, purity and proportion, it will be built in our time for all time"
Condo owners will enjoy the numerous attractions surrounding The Slater and the sophistication of the amenities within. The development will feature a fifth floor terrace, private screening room, games room complete with pool and poker tables, as well as a fully equipped gym with views of the city skyline.
"The Slater is a residential condominium in the heart of Ottawa's downtown business district which will be a part of our ongoing effort to rejuvenate the city's downtown core," said Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson. "The city's new light rail will serve both Slater and Albert Streets and this new complex will help attract more business and pedestrian traffic to an area currently dealing with a high volume of bus traffic and little residential vitality."
On October 25, 2012, Broccolini will be promoting an exclusive pre-registrant event at their sales office, which features a full model suite located at 199 Slater Street. Interested buyers are encouraged to register for this event to qualify for VIP pricing. The sales office opens its doors to the public in the fall 2012. The Slater will feature 164 condominium units ranging from 425 sq. ft to 1500 sq. ft. Several penthouse units are double height, featuring internal staircases and large terraces. Prices start at under $200,000.
For more information or to pre-register please visit theslater.ca or call 613-230-0199 to speak with a sales representative.Back to newsfeed