Canal East Ottawa eQ homes It’s an exclusive undertaking just steps away from the scenic Rideau Canal.

Only ten executive townhomes make up Canal East, a new project by eQ Homes. Located at Greenfield Avenue and Concord Street N., the new development will have fast access to the downtown’s dining and shopping scene as well as Highway 417.

On Saturday April 6th, the site will open for buyers eager to check out all that Canal East has to offer.Situated at 46 Concord St. N., the sales centre will be open on weekends from 12 pm – 5 pm. During the work week,  you can drop by Monday from 11 am – 7 pm and Tuesday to Friday by appointment only.

For such a small development, Canal East certainly makes a big impression. Designed by Ottawa’s own award-winning architects Barry J. Hobin & Associates, the premier townhouses promise luxury and privacy.

Each of the expansive modern residences have three bedrooms plus 2 full bathrooms and a powder room. Floor-to-ceiling windows will imbue the spaces with natural light and the open concept kitchens and great rooms follow contemporary design trends.

For outdoor space, the grounds will be professionally landscaped and each of the suites comes with a private balconies. The best part? Every town will also come with a rooftop terrace, accessed via the master bedroom.

Starting from the mid-$600,000s with units ranging from 1,733 to 1,826-square feet, Canal East is sure to deliver a sophisticated setting for urban living in Ottawa.

We just got ahold of new renderings of the townhomes – both inside and out– so check it out for yourself:

EQ Canal East Interior Living

The open concept kitchen opens up to the light-filled great room.

Canal East eQ Homes kitchen

The spacious kitchen features granite countertops and an undermount sink.

Canal East exterior landscape

The collection of townhomes will be outfitted in stone, brick and siding. The interlocking stone walkway promises to be a welcoming feature.

For more information contact or 613 697 2990.

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