Step Out and Enjoy These Top Amenities Outside your ArtHaus Condos Suite
ArtHaus Condos believes in the art of living in style! Not merely an innovative and artfully curated condominium building, ArtHaus Condos offers the opportunity to live the lifestyle of the historic and happening Byward Market neighbourhood.
From thoughtfully-designed amenities right inside your building, to world-class shopping, hot dining destinations, to the city’s premier cultural offerings, we’ve compiled your essential guide to the top amenities outside your ArtHaus condo.
Your ArtHaus Condos building amenities are atop the 15th floor, where you have all the essentials for an entertaining, relaxing and active lifestyle. This private amenity area features the Firestone Lounge, an exclusive multi-purpose entertainment center with fireplace, TV, lounge seating, catering kitchen and formal dining room, as well as balcony access. Host formal events or evenings among friends in this exclusive private lounge, that provides a perfect meeting place for socializing.
ArtHaus condominiums also offers a fully equipped Fitness Center with state-of-the-art cardio equipment, yoga and weight-training areas. The fitness room has a refined, industrial design, and boasts beautiful views of the urban landscape below.
The Rooftop Terrace is an outdoor oasis away from it all, complete with an outdoor fireplace and beautifully landscaped lounging areas offering exceptional views of the Nation’s Capital.
Le germain Hotel
Accommodate visiting family & guests in the mix-used building’s The Le Germain boutique hotel below your condominium suite and directly above the OAG. This hotel brand is famous for elegance, comfort and personalized service, and will be an unforgettable place to stay for those who are passionate about design.
National Gallery of Canada & the Ottawa Art Gallery
Wander outside ArtHaus Condos and experience some of the country’s best visual art in the heart of Ottawa. View the masterpieces of The National Gallery of Canada’s collection, shop the newly renovated Boutique, and dine in their top-rated restaurant with spectacular views of the Canadian Parliament buildings and the river below. The collection opens the way for appreciation of the finest in artistic expression, revealing the past, celebrating the present, and probing the future. The National Gallery of Canada is one of the world’s most respected art institutions, revered for its scholarship, applauded for its ability to engage audiences of all ages and all levels of artistic knowledge, and renowned for its exceptional over 65,000 works of art. Best of all, the gallery makes its home in a grand, light-filled structure of glass and granite, in which visitors can find a cloistered garden courtyard, a glass-bottomed pool, and a reconstructed 19th-century chapel. ArtHaus Condos’ future neighbour upon the completion of the groundbreaking mixed-use Arts Court project, Ottawa Art Gallery strives to be the most vital modern and contemporary visual arts institution in our community. As a cultural meeting place, the Ottawa Art Gallery fosters exchange between artists and the diverse members of our broader community. Just take the elevator down from your ArtHaus Condos suite to get your OAG arts & cultural fix.
Byward Outdoor Market
Byward is home to one of Canada’s oldest and largest public markets, created by Colonel By, the visionary builder of the Rideau Canal, in 1826. With its beautiful mix of quaint charm and European-like sophistication, the Byward, Ottawa’s oldest public market is the centre of outdoor activity. The Byward Market square exudes the old world charm of a gone by era. Rain or shine the bustling market space will be filled with vendors, an integral part of the ByWard Market. Conveniently grab fresh produce grown or raised in or near Ottawa, on your way home from work. Whenever you’re in need of a quick hostess gift, pick up jewelry of precious metals, amethyst earrings at the artisanal vendors stalls along George street. Green-thumbed urbanites will appreciate perusing the porcelain pottery of hand-carved garden sculptures, or the farmer’s fruit trees and herbs to place in their potted balcony garden. Indulging in specialty items like wildflower honey, fruit preserves, and dipped beeswax candles beautiful bouquet of fresh organic-grown flowers are little luxuries that make Byward living special.
The Rideau Centre expansion has brought even more world-class shopping into the Byward Market, moments from your ArtHaus Condo. An extravagant 360 million-dollar renovation has transformed the once lackluster mall into an architectural work of art. A fashion lover’s dream, Canadian favourite H&M has unveiled its new Rideau Centre store and it’s just as impressive as those found in our fashionable neighbours in Montreal. Zara is now a sprawling two-level store connected by escalators, and topped off with a kid’s section. The go-to for runway-inspired looks befitting every season, you can expect the retailer to have moderately priced versions of the seasons most coveted looks. The Ottawa skyline is now on full display with the Rideau Centre’s new design, flooding the building with natural light. Simons large windows entice consumers to come inside. Hop over after work to explore the range of suits, ties, and array of stylish women’s wear and accessories. Find affordable designer items and lounge at the seating areas which allow one to sip on a latte while admiring the expansive views of the Byward’s bustling streets below.
One of the bigger Loblaws in the city is an essential amenity mere moments from your ArtHaus Condos. Once the Byward Market stalls shut down for the season, you can still get your fresh produce within minutes from your condo. This inviting location offers an excellent produce section.They make a mighty fine salad, with the produce department offering countless exceptionally fresh pre-made foods. An extensive selection of foods from various culinary culture, particularly Asian are available in numerous variations. If you can’t find that one special ingredient for your latest recipe, hop over to another great grocer at Metro. While food is at the heart of their offerings, you’ll find a wide, growing range of household products to meet your everyday lifestyle.
Ottawa’s home of international and independent movies, Bytowne Cinema is a slice of the market’s old-time charm. Gain a cinematic glimpse into the stories of various cultures and times though cinematic masterpieces ranging from fiction to documentaries. The one-screen cinema was built by Hyman Berlin as the Nelson Cinema. Admission was 25 cents for general seating and 35 cents for the upper loge. In the fall of 2012, the cinema installed a digital projector, although its two 35mm projectors remain operational to this day. Make this your neighbourhood theatre and save money with a ByTowne Membership at just $12.00 ($6.00 for seniors and full-time students) for a full 12 months. When you show your Membership card, you are entitled to the Member’s price of $8.00 for any of our regular film presentations! Opened in 1947, the cinema is one of Ottawa’s oldest movie theatres and the city’s main venue for independent and foreign films.
Entertain on-site, or step outside your state of the art lobby at your ArtHaus Condo and find all of the city’s top amenities, to work, play, and shop all within Ottawa’s most happening neighbourhood.
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