Central Bus Station Turned into Luxury Condos, Restaurants

Real estate developer Brigil is purchasing the site of Ottawa’s former downtown Greyhound bus terminal and is planning a major redevelopment of the property, the company announced Monday.

The one-hectare Ottawa Central Station site on Catherine Street is a “a prime location for a prestigious project promoting urban densification,” the company said in a news release.

Plans are already underway to build a multi-use space featuring luxury rental condos, office space, hotel buildings, restaurants and retail stores, Brigil said.

Greyhound had operated out of the station since 1994 but announced its plans to leave the terminal in October, after suspending bus service across the country in May because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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