Trinity Station

Bringing density to Ottawa’s future transit hub

Fotenn led the Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment and Site Plan Control applications for the Trinity Station development at 900 Albert Street in Ottawa. The property, located at the only connection point between the Confederation and Trillium light rail transit lines, will become a vibrant, transit-oriented community. Trinity Station will be a truly mixed-use development that integrates retail, office, and residential uses and provides a direct connection to the adjacent transit station.

The development features three elegant and slender high-rise buildings which will become an iconic landmark on the City’s skyline. This includes what would be Ottawa’s tallest building at 65 storeys. At grade, a podium and retail galleria will create a lively, transparent streetscape along Albert Street.

Location Ottawa, Ontario

Client TIP Albert GP Inc.

Size 65, 56, and 27 storey towers

Date 2015-2018

Key Team Members Miguel Tremblay Paul Black

Project Tasks Community EngagementDevelopment ApprovalsProject ManagementUrban Design Concepts

Aerial view of the proposed Trinity Station looking east. Aerial view of proposed development looking east
Proposed streetscape rendering of Trinity Station Proposed streetscape rendering
Aerial view of proposed Trinity Station. Aerial view of proposed development
Proposed site plan of Trinity Station. Proposed site plan

Proposed streetscape along Albert Street. Proposed streetscape along Albert Street