The idea behind SoBa is ‘South on Bank’ – or, SoBa. Not just a condo development, rather a movement to redeem a barren part of Ottawa’s Centretown. Wedged between the QE highway, the Glebe to the south, and Ottawa’s Centre Town and downtown north, SoBa is an area ripe for reinvention. SoBa the project is all that. It will single-handedly redeem the area. Rising 23 floors, the three oscillating residential zones play with the eye and offer something of beauty to an area long denied of such a thing. SoBa houses 240 suites.
The Harlowe represents something truly rare in housing today; timeless beauty with a sense of crafted quality. It’s obvious that Harlowe has a true understanding of history because she reflects it in her style. While she is heavily influenced by a time gone by, she is thoroughly modern. Coming home to Harlowe means walking past the elegant terrace bistro shaded by her massive suspended awning. Her lobby is steeped in craftsmanship, strength, and history reflected in red brick, blackened metals, and woods. A fireplace warms her lobby and provides your guests a feeling of welcome. Each apartment has been lovingly designed with you in mind, all of your concerns are taken care of.
6th and Tenth is so named for the intersection that it will sit on. Rising 31 floors, this point tower has spectacular views from all around, mountains, sunsets, skylines. Black brick, odd-sized balconies, and windows create a playful tower. At the base is a small podium, reminiscent of great public buildings of the 60’s. Surrounding the podium is a water art park, complete with green space water features, stone blocks, and an art sculpture garden. Step inside to a 5-star restaurant.