If you haven't already noticed, take a closer look at the Oat Couture Cafe. On Thursdays to Sundays, it transforms nightly into the Montgomery Scotch Lounge, featuring fine malts, scotch, beer, and small plates.
The first consultation session for the proposed mixed use building at 1050-1060 Bank Street was held on June 11, 2019. Attached is a PDF of the presentation drawings from the consultation provided by architect Maurizio Martignago.
Join a community consultation meeting to discuss the proposed 6-storey apartment building to provide 46 new units with ground floor commercial.
A donation of products and labour by Noel's Landscaping Services has significantly enhanced the streetscape on Bank Street in Old Ottawa South.
There is not much to report regarding businesses opening or closing, so here’s another roundup post highlighting some of the places that make our neighbourhood so great.
In the midst of reconstruction along Bank Street, a June 2003 OSCAR article featured pictures of Bank Street businesses from 1957, namely Cutts Motors on Bank Street at Chesley Street plus the Esso (White Rose) gas station on Bank Street at Aylmer Avenue.
In the November 2018 OSCAR, the OSCA Traffic & Safety Committee published an article outlining the current situation along Bank Street in Old Ottawa South regarding East-West pedestrian signals. In the article, the committee proposes to work with the City to implement two changes: 1) make all E-W pedestrian signals automatic, and 2) make sure that all E-W pedestrian signals have an advanced green for pedestrians.
In this announcement from the October 1978 OSCAR, Larry McDonald reports on a new name in the neighbourhood.
On Sunday, September 30, 2018 the new mural at Trinity Anglican Church was officially launched. Creative designer and artist Mique Michel and one of the many young artists who helped paint “Telling the Truth”, Marcus Kisa were on hand to celebrate and to describe a little of “what it takes” to pull together an art project of this size.