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1938
2014
Wellington Street and Orme Hall.
Wellington without and Orme Hall.
Title: Untitled. Reference number: No reference number provided.
We gave it a
-2
Building with direct street access replaced by a bigger one with less
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-2.8
77 votes
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2024
2014
Rendering of Albert Island after the metamorphosis done.
Rendering of Albert Island after the metamorphosis done.
Title: Untitled. Reference number: No reference number provided.
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+5
Derelict area completely transformed. Pedestrians and cyclists cornerstone of this development.
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+2.7
66 votes
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Windmill Development have a ambitious project for the Chaudière Island site....
~1970
2014
Former convent at the corner of Rideau Street and Waller Street
Claridge Plaza 1 and 2 on Rideau Street
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City of Ottawa
Title: Untitled. Reference number: No reference number provided.
We gave it a
-3
Heritage building demolished to make room for a condo tower.
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-2.6
135 votes
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The archival photo was probably taken a few months before the convent on Rideau Street was demolished since a developer, Glenview Development, is advertizing office and commercial space for rent available "now".Claridge built phases 1 and 2 of their Claridge Plaza on the block made of Rideau Street, Waller Street...
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~1950
2014
Former Bates and Woods Appartments.
Loading Docks of the NAC.
Title: Untitled. Reference number: No reference number provided.
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Apartments offering some density replaced by a boulevard and concrete.
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103 votes
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Bates Apartements, on the right-hand side on the photo, were sacrificed in order to connect both sides of the Rideau Canal.  To increase car traffic in to core, Slater and Albert Streets were turned into one-way streets and united in triangular fashion to form the Mackenzie-King bridge.Jacques Gréber who was...
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