Crafted Living in Downtown Ottawa

Welcome to the Slayte

An adaptive reuse project that transforms an existing office building into a community built for an interactive lifestyle, through inspiring amenities, sophisticated decor, and central location. Launching in August 2022, The Slayte will include suite offerings from beautiful bachelors to spacious two bedrooms, that you can soon call home.


Explore the Neighbourhood

With the LRT Lyon and Albert stations just moments away, you can explore all of Ottawa's great neighbourhoods and all of the spaces in-between. From The Slayte you can enjoy a short walk to shops and restaurants on Sparks Street, the Byward Market, Parliament Hill and lots of greenspaces for your furry friend. Ride along the Capital Pathway network, that connects you to parks, gardens, museums and attractions all in one loop. The Slayte has everything you need at your fingertips. 

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Model Suite

The Slayte offers many different suite layouts from spacious studios to beautiful 2 bedrooms plus den. The model suite is almost complete and will showcase all the stunning finishes and features.

Some of these features include: in-suite washer/dryer, dishwasher, LVT flooring throughout, ceramic tile in the bathroom, walk in shower with a glass door, quartz countertop, modern cabinetry with under cabinet lighting, stainless steel appliances, black Moen plumbing fixtures, and modern lighting throughout.

Enjoy crafted living at its finest.

Adaptive Reuse

The Slayte is an unique and sustainable project as it provides the opportunity to divert waste and recycle. The Slayte's original purpose was an old government office building. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic several office buildings downtown have been wasted and abandoned. By recycling the existing office building infrastructure and adopting the philosophy of "Adaptive Reuse" in design and execution, The Slayte has been a transformative project that brings life back into the structure. As part of the transformation, materials used in reconstruction were given a new purpose and donated to Habitat for Humanity.

The Slayte is not only re-invigorating the downtown core, but maximizes the potential of the existing office building while finding creative and innovative ways to provide a high-quality experience for future residents.

Location Highlights: Restaurants/Cafes

Date night: Lace up your skates and glide along the world's largest skating rink. Stretching 7.8kms of ice, the canal is the perfect date night spot. 

Restaurants: The Slayte is walking distance to some of the top restaurants in Ottawa. Dine in at Riviera and take in their gorgeous atmosphere, tasty food and good company. Sparks street also happens to be down the road with cocktail bars, pubs and breweries for any occasion.

Coffee Shops: Looking for cute and cozy coffee shops for your morning ritual? Le Moulin De Provence is a hop skip and a jump away! This cozy spot has decadent sweets and sells craft beer to be enjoyed all day. From early mornings to busy afternoons, you're sure to find something yummy here. 

Location Highlights: Going Green

The Slayte is surrounded by Ottawa's beauty, from cityscape to greenspaces you're moments away from your next adventure. 

Going Green: Starting with the great outdoors, you can take your pick from many of Ottawa's finest urban greenspaces (or white spaces during the winter months). Ottawa has many bike paths that make it accessible to get around for work or play.

At The Slayte, you have the opportunity to immerse yourself in Ottawa's outdoor lifestyle and connect with your true Canadian self. From sneaker season, to ski season, Ottawa is one giant playground and living at The Slayte will allow you to stay active while enjoying nature's beauty. 

Go on an adventure: The Capital Pathway Network is steps away from The Slayte, and is your best connection to many attractions such as; Sparks Street, museums and parks. This network is one of the largest in North America, stretching 60+ kilometers of biking and walking paths. 

Love hiking? The historic Alexandra Bridge connects you to Gatineau Park and plenty of hiking and biking trails.