Rideau Street

~1975
2014
Corner of Rideau and Sussex around 1975
Corner of Rideau and Sussex in 2014
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City of Ottawa
Title: Untitled. Reference number: CA0231452
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0
Preserved building with its ground floor modified to serve a difference purpose.
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Located on one of the busiest intersection in Ottawa, the Transportation building almost remained unchanged; only its ground floor was modified and became one of the main entrance to the Rideau Centre.Despite the Rideau-Sussex intersection being the busiest intersection in Ottawa, you can see that the sidewalk size was reduced, especially...
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~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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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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~1940
2014
Waller Street at Rideau Street looking south with the former convent
Waller Street at Rideau Street looking south with the Claridge Plaza
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-3
Waller Street was way friendlier back in the days.
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The convent on Rideau Street could be seen on the left-hand side on the archival photo.  The first phase of the Claridge Plaza occupies now that street corner.  Back in the days, Waller Street was narrower and experienced less heavy traffic compared to nowadays since it has become the main...
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1938
2014
Dalhousie street looking north at Rideau Street.
Dalhousie street looking north at Rideau Street.
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-1
Most of the buildings are still up. Different story for the Monument National
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The Monument National was erected at the north-west corner of Dalhousie Street and George Street where the Marriott is nowadays....
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