108 Richmond Road
Q West in Ottawa
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Q West was developed by Ashcroft Homes and completed in 2015 and is located at 108 Richmond Road. This low-rise condominium building stands at 9 storeys and contains 300 residential units along with commercial space on the main floor. This Westboro condominium building stretches down one of Ottawa's main arteries, Richmond Rd, with addresses at 88 Richmond Rd, 98 Richmond Rd & 108 Richmond Rd. The architecture was done by Roderick Lahey Architect Inc. and designed by 2H Interior Design. The floor plans come in a variety of sizes from trendy studios to large two bedrooms. From en suite laundry, gleaming hardwood floors and floor to ceiling windows ushering in natural sunlight - no detail was overlooked at Q West. Condos for sale at Q West come with an underground parking space and storage locker. Q West is jam-packed in amenities. These include a sprawling rooftop terrace, party room, theatre room, and exercise room.
Directly across the street from Q West is a Nestle Toll House Café. Those who love to entertain at home will be thrilled with a Farm Boy right around the corner, LCBO and the Real Canadian Super Store right down the street, preparing for home events is a breeze with the close proximity of these great shops. Many of Westboro's best restaurants are also just steps away from Q West including Chesterfield's Gastro Diner, Napoli's, Bella's Bistro and The Wellington Diner. Westboro is home to some of Ottawa's most sought after amenities. Full of shopping, culture, outdoor parks, biking paths, and some of Ottawa's best bistros and restaurants. Everything you need is right at your doorstep.
Westboro boasts a modern outdoorsy feel, and for good reason. Located minutes away from the Ottawa River, residents can cycle down the Parkway or hit the beach at Westboro Beach. A great spot for the adventurous, featuring the bulk of Ottawa's outdoor specialty stores such as Mountain Equipment Co-op and Bushtukah. One can buy a kayak and test it out in the Remic Rapids of the Ottawa River that same day.