Premium Location at York and King Edward Established Gateway to the Byward Market 3 Frontages - 12,250 SF Incredible Exposure with 223 FT Frontage Beautiful Southern Views - Unobstructed with Park Major Thoroughfare - 40,000 Vehicles Daily Locate in Ottawa’s Historic Heartbeat Extreme Visibility - 230,00 People Every Day York Street - Unique "Parkland" Pathway Mixed-Use 12-Story Commercial Zoning

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King Edward Avenue is one of the principal roads within the eastern core area of Ottawa. It serves as a direct arterial road connection to the Macdonald-Cartier Bridge crossing of the Ottawa River to the City of Gatineau and beyond. It is the most direct freeway-to-freeway connection between provinces in the National Capital Region and is the primary inter-provincial truck route. It also serves as a collector road distributing traffic to streets within Lowertown, the Byward Market, Sandy Hill and the University of Ottawa, forming an integral portion of the core area neighbourhood street network.

The ByWard Market is Ottawa’s number one tourist attraction, and is the premier destination for shopping, dining, arts, entertainment and professional services for residents and visitors. This area averages 50,000 visitors per weekend in the summer months.  It is home to both a local farmers’ market and artisans with over 260 stands, as well as over 600 businesses. In 2017, the ByWard Market will play host to the almost 10 million visitors expected to visit the Nation’s Capital.