You may have noticed the many cranes all over Chaudière Island and the Gatineau shoreline and wondering, what is going on in and around Zibi? Well, let us bring you to speed on all the action in the national capital region’s most sustainable community!
New rental building Aalto II now open in Gatineau
Earlier this fall, the first residents moved into Zibi’s newest rental building on the Gatineau side, Aalto II. The 11 storey waterfront building offers numerous amenities, and 148 light-filled suites, many of which feature private terraces and balconies. To visit the model suite, view floorplans and pricing, or to speak to a leasing agent, visit aaltosuites.ca.
Common at Zibi – a unique an innovative mix of coliving, affordable and traditional units
In the heart of the community, Common at Zibi is the newest residential rental building and the first located in Ottawa. It will feature a unique and integrated mix of coliving, affordable and traditional suites with unparalleled views of Parliament and the Ottawa River. Visit common.com to register for more information. The first coliving residents are expected to move in before the end of the year.
Chaudière Island office space
On the West side of Booth Street on Chaudière Island, Zibi is putting the final touches on its latest office build, which includes a beautifully restored façade from the former Ottawa Mill building. This restoration was undertaken by Hobin and Kohn + Teeple to celebrate the site’s impressive industrial history. The building is anticipated to be completed at the end of this year. Visit https://zibi.ca/leasing/#office for more information.
New public art
A number of new public art installations have been unveiled throughout the site in the past year, including Naomi Blondin’s breathtaking Water Woman at Place Wàsa Zibi, Claudia Gutierrez’ stunning We Are Seeds on Eddy Street and Noah George Scheinman’s moving Where an Island Begins and Ends on Booth Street at Chaudière Island. We invite you to come take a walking tour of Zibi so that you can take in all the views and public art! While you’re here, come visit the award-winning Zibi House.
Read this: Discover art at Zibi
Tesasini Park in Gatineau
In collaboration with the National Capital Commission (NCC), Zibi is putting the final touches on Tesasini Park on the shores of the Ottawa River, immediately below Aalto II. The new park, named Tesasini, which means “flat rock” in Algonquin, features exposed bedrock shelves, an accessible pathway and lookouts. It will be open to the public next spring.
Stay up to date on all the action at Zibi, register for updates today https://zibi.ca/