If you missed the chance to buy the historic Chateau Laurier last year, we’ve got good news for you. There are plenty of enormous suites on the market in Ottawa today, many of them in hotel-condo hybrids.
The new construction penthouses and expansive residences come equipped with a variety of perks like extra-large terraces and enviable views of the Parliament buildings. Check out our roundup below:
5. Residence 14, re Hotel and Residences, O’Connor St and Sparks St.
Home to two bedrooms, a den and a living space that fits dining quarters and that grand piano you always wanted, this 2,998-square foot unit is one of the living spaces in the boutique hotel project. One big perk of calling this mega-suite home? The 18-storey structure has unobstructed views of the Hill.
4. PH1, SoHo Champagne, 111 Champagne Avenue South
You’ll love to celebrate in this bubbly, 3,405-square foot suite at the top of a 20-storey structure in Little Italy. The big suite comes equipped with 425-square feet of outdoor space, 11-foot window walls, a Scavolini kitchen and 2.5 bedrooms.
3. Residence 16, re Hotel and Residences, O’Connor St and Sparks St.
This 3,408-square foot suite takes open concept living to the next level with a great room where the kitchen, living space and dining room all blend in to each other. It’s also home to two bedrooms with access to a 355-square foot balcony plus additional outdoor space off the living room and den.
2. Residence 15, re Hotel and Residences, O’Connor St and Sparks St.
At 3,668-square feet, this top-tier suite is the largest unit currently available in the luxury condo. Perks include expansive terrace space off the main living area and den as well as a more intimate balcony accessible through the second bedroom and the master bedroom.
1. The Apex, Cathedral Hill, 428 Sparks St.
For $2,223,000, you could call this 4,695-square foot penthouse yours. Located on the top floor of the 22-storey condo, the suite comes with serious exterior space. In fact, 1,348-square feet of the residence is devoted to terrace space (we dig the larger balcony’s rounded edges). What else do you get when you call The Apex unit home? Two bedrooms, a family room, den, library plus plenty of everyday living space in the kitchen, dining area and living room.