This office development project located in downtown Ottawa consists of a 513,438-square-foot, 21-storey office tower with a two-storey penthouse, plus three levels of underground parking for 213 vehicles. The building is a cast-in-place concrete structure with a curtain wall and precast concrete envelope. The public terrace on the seventh floor features a park-like setting with trees, plants, and a view of downtown Ottawa and the Rideau Canal. Unique features in the main lobby include a large interactive video wall, a backlit onyx wall, and a wall clad in wood reclaimed from the Ottawa River.
The project contains a heritage component, with the physical incorporation of historic Grant House (a home built in 1875) into the atrium of the development. The owner has incorporated sustainable components and initiatives as part of the design and operation of 150 Elgin Street, and has accordingly achieved a certification level of LEED Gold.
LEED Gold Certification - Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC)
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