Riverside South is a suburban community in the south end of the City of Ottawa. Home to approximately 15,000 residents, we are the fastest growing community within the City of Ottawa, with plans of being home to 50,000 residents by 2031.
The community is home to a mix of condominiums, attached row homes and detached single family homes. Nature trails run throughout the community and with 50 shops and restaurants the amenities needed are here. Major retail centres are expected at all four corners of Limebank and Earl Armstrong in the future.
I have been lucky to call Riverside South home since 2002. I am proud to raise my family in this community and look forward to seeing its continued growth.
Barrhaven is a large sprawling community in the south end of the City of Ottawa. Home to approximately 88,000 residents, Barrhaven offers buyers a wide range of housing options and a vast amount of amenities as well. Loaded with shopping, restaurants, community fields, rinks and pools, there are options for anything you might want or need.
Manotick is a charming village community nestled on along the Rideau River in the south end of the City of Ottawa with approximately 5000 residents and offers a mix of attached, detached, and waterfront properties.
Manotick Main Street offers residents a mix or retail shops, services and excellent dining. It was founded by Moss Kent Dickinson in 1864. He named the village 'Manotick', after the Algonquin word for 'island'. It has been part of the City of Ottawa since amalgamation in 2001.
Greely is located in the south part of the City of Ottawa and home to approximately 9300 residents. It’s currently the largest rural village in terms of land area and the third largest in terms of population in the City of Ottawa.
Greely is home to a set of tight-knit and unique communities throughout the village. Most homes sit on ½ acre to 2-acre lots. Some developers offer condominium-like amenities such as pools, tennis courts, man-made lakes, beaches, and small neighbourhood community centres within their residential communities.