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SoBa stands for “South on Bank,” and it is a project of Lamb Development Corp. This is more than simply a condo building; it is a campaign to revitalize a barren section of Ottawa‘s Centre Town. Situated between the QE highway, the Glebe to the south, and Ottawa‘s Centre Town and downtown to the north. Core Architects and II BY IV, two of Canada’s most celebrated design firms, have collaborated on the project. Their remarkable structure has 23 – storeys, three oscillating residential zones, and 240 one-of-a-kind and modern suites. These luxurious suites include a plethora of high-quality and beautiful features.
SoBa, short for South on Bank, is a building that is not just entrenched in the fashionable core of Ottawa, but is also intended for upper-class, modern living.
With a transit score of 62/100, the development has a good transportation network. Residents can readily access bus lines, including the Ottawa Bus Station and the Catherine/O’Connor Bus Stop, which are only a few feet away. SoBa Condos also has convenient access to Ontario Roadway 417, Ottawa‘s main highway.
SoBa condominiums are located in one of Ottawa‘s most desirable neighborhoods due to its abundance of convenient and cultural amenities. Along Bank Street, the Sparks Street Mall, numerous downtown office towers, and the neighboring Rideau Centre, there are a multitude of diverse stores and cafés including Cafe Cosenza. If you like a faster pace of life, you will appreciate the thrill of downtown living.
Another reason this area is desirable, particularly to families and children, is the abundance of schools in the Centretown neighborhood. Many public and private institutions, including Glashan Public School, Lisgar Collegiate Institute, and Centennial Public School, are within walking distance of the condo.
Furthermore, for families who enjoy outdoor activities, the town is close to a number of magnificent parks and recreation facilities, including Central Park, Springhurst Park, and St. Luke’s Pak, all of which provide playgrounds for children. Every summer, the Centretown Movies Outdoor Film Festival screens films in Dundonald Park, which is approximately 4 minutes away from the condominiums. An outdoor film festival organized by and for the community!
The SoBa condominiums project brings together three of Canada’s most renowned developer and designers: Lamb Development Corp., Core Architects, and II BY IV Designs. Their remarkable structure rises 23 stories above the street, with three stacked, oscillating pieces that glide over one another to create a startling modern look. Sleek loft-inspired designs combine warm woods and stone finishes with exposed concrete walls and columns for an industrial appearance. The vast balconies and terraces, as well as the floor-to-ceiling glass, give far-reaching views of the whole city.
Lamb Development Corp. (LDC) was founded in 2001 by Toronto’s top condominium broker Brad J. Lamb to directly participate in the development of stylish, urban condominium projects. At that time, with over 13 years of experience in consulting, marketing, and the selling of over 100 of Toronto’s most innovative and exciting projects, Mr. Lamb wanted to bring something different to the development world. Since then, he has done just that; completing 19 developments, approximately 3400 suites for over $1.3B. Currently, Lamb Development Corp has three projects under construction, almost 800 suites for a value of $360 Million. Lamb Development Corp. is in development on a further 15 projects in Toronto, Hamilton, Calgary & Edmonton with a value of $2.4 Billion.
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