Imagine the opportunities;
Neighbourhood amenities are abundant at ECHO Ottawa. The Rideau Canal offers a year-round opportunity to remain active and connected to the outdoors. A walk away from the culturally vibrant hubs of Lansdowne Park and Downtown – festivals, music, sports, entertainment, dining, shopping – it’s all here.
Location is everything. If you want to live in an urban centre that is steeped in character and brimming with vitality, Ottawa is your city. And ECHO is the place to be. The National Gallery, Parliament Hill, Lansdowne Park, Elgin Street, Byward Market and Rideau Centre are just a handful of destinations that conveniently lie at your doorstep.
Life at ECHO doesn’t mean you just have waterfront views – you have waterfront access. In summer, enjoy walking, running, biking, canoeing or kayaking. Soak up the nautical charm of passing boats or a peaceful solo paddler. When winter hits, lace up those skates and glide along the world’s longest ice rink. Designated a World Heritage Site in 2007, the Rideau Canal is a beloved local and national landmark – and it is just beyond your front door.
From exposure to arts and culture ranging from the National Gallery and Bluesfest to thrilling urban amenities such as farmers markets at Lansdowne Park and Main Street, restaurants and entertainment, night life and shopping, ECHO has everything.