York Plaza - 134 York St
Ottawa, Ontario K1N 1K8
Explore all that downtown Ottawa has to offer when you live in the heart of the ByWard Market! One of the premier attractions for tourists and residents alike, the Market will charm you every day with its unique shops and vendors, wide range of eateries and pubs, and exciting nightlife. When you live downtown, you also get front row seats to some of the most highly anticipated Ottawa events, like Bluesfest, Winterlude, Rib Fest, Canada Day, and plenty more.
Urban Ottawa Lifestyle in the ByWard Market
134 York St, situated in York Plaza, was built in 2004 by Claridge and offers layouts for every person’s wants and needs. Amenities include exercise facilities, party room, storage lockers, underground parking, elevators, and ensuite laundry. The central Ottawa location brings several additional amenities right to your doorstep, with everything from local produce vendors to the convenience of the nearby Rideau Centre shopping mall.
Each condo suite is filled with natural light from the beautiful floor-to-ceiling windows. Step out onto the balcony and take in the spectacular views of the city skyline, Parliament Buildings, Ottawa River, and more. Whether you’re in the mood to grab a coffee from a nearby cafe and people-watch as you enjoy breakfast, you feel like taking a long walk or bicycle ride along the scenic Ottawa River, or you’re ready to head out on the town for dining, shopping, and drinks, downtown Ottawa is the place for you!
It’s easy to entertain guests when you live downtown. Offer them a stylish and comfortable getaway in your condo at 134 York, and then take them out to show them some of the city’s most interesting hidden gems. With Parliament within walking distance, along with the War Museum and Memorial, the Canadian Museum of Nature, the National Gallery, and several impeccably-maintained urban parks, your guests will love every minute of their stay. It’s easy to get around the city to see more as well, with hundreds of OC Transpo buses regularly running along Rideau Street and the Transitway.