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Redevelopment of Ottawa’s LeBreton Flats welcomes proposals


November 28, 2014
by Canadian Architect

The National Capital Commission (NCC), as the steward and planner of Canada’s Capital, is seeking innovative proposals for the largest and most significant urban development site in the Capital.

The redeveloped LeBreton Flats is poised to become a signature destination for visitors to Canada’s Capital and a point of civic pride for its residents. This opportunity calls upon your abilities to reimagine this exceptional site and the potential experiences it can offer. We envisage a bold new anchor institution that will welcome the public, serve as an economic driver, feature innovative use of the land, and bring design excellence, animation and a unique public experience to the nation’s capital. We are calling on the world’s best to come forth and make it a reality.

Proposals may be submitted until Wednesday, January 7, 2015, at noon EST.

For more information, please visit www.ncc-ccn.gc.ca/planning/master-plans/lebreton-flats/redevelopment-of-lebreton-flats   


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