Xceligent Customers, We're ready to help with the tools you need.
900 Bank St Office Space for Rent, image 2 of 1
Need Help?

Get matched up with a broker that
will help you go see this space.

Tour this space

900 Bank St

Glebe-Dows Lake, Ottawa, ON

Features of 900 Bank St


About 900 Bank St

Canderel is developing 890-900 Bank Street, taking advantage of this exceptional location and turning it into a mixed-use development having a significant retail podium with residential condominiums above the podium. This one-of-a-kind development presents a unique opportunity for retailers to be in the heart of the Glebe and benefit from the transformation of the immediate neighbourhood resulting from the redevelopment of Lansdowne Park. 890-900 Bank Street is a prominent development site with +/- 34,425 sq. ft., and +/- 295 feet of frontage along Bank Street. There is an opportunity for small and large retail tenants, with availability for tenants from 800 sq. ft. to as large as 25,000 sq. ft. on a single floor. The frontage on Bank Street, Thornton Avenue and Monk Street offers efficiency and flexibility for the tenant. The site has close proximity to the downtown core, and is approximately 3 km to Parliament Hill. 890-900 Bank offers easy access to major arterial routes including Highway 417, and Queen Elizabeth and Colonel By Parkways. The Glebe is a highly affluent neighbourhood in Ottawa with a vibrant pedestrian culture.  Once completed, the redeveloped Lansdowne Park will be the newest focal point and lifestyle centre in Ottawa.  Lansdowne Park will host Ottawa's new CFL team, Ottawa's new North American Soccer League, the OHL team and will host a wide variety of entertainment and cultural events.  Additionally, it will be home to a large variety of new retailers (360,000 sq. ft.), two condominium towers and an office building (100,000 sq. ft.) attracting even more people to The Glebe/Lansdowne area.

Companies at 900 Bank St

Beer Store Liquor Store Store

The Neighborhood: Glebe-Dows Lake

Glebe-Dows Lake
Median Rate

Median Rate over Time in Glebe-Dows Lake