Primecorp Property Management has a selection of well maintained, quality apartments for rent in various neighbourhoods across the beautiful cities of Ottawa, Ontario, and Gatineau, Quebec, also known as the National Capital Region (NCR). Each neighbourhood and property that we own has unique features and benefits to suit a wide variety of lifestyles and tastes.
Choose from Several Ottawa & Gatineau Neighbourhoods
The Wurtemburg, 120 Wurtemburg Street
Ideal for seniors and young professionals
120 Wurtemburg is located in a quiet neighbourhood surrounded by parks and nicely situated near the waterfront on the Rideau River. Amenities such as shopping, restaurants and access to OC Transpo are all within an easy 10 minute walk. Lowertown is comprised of a younger population with 40% of the residents being between the ages of 20 and 39.
Highlights: Rideau Centre and Byward Market are a 15-20 minute walk away.
27 Boulevard Lucerne
Ideal for seniors, families, and pets
One of Primecorp Property Management’s most picturesque properties is located at 27 Boulevard Lucerne in Aylmer, Quebec. Lucerne is a lower road that runs parallel between the Ottawa River and Highway 148 and connects to the Champlain Bridge leading into Ottawa. Aylmer’s population is a mix of both Anglophone and Francophone, with the majority being bilingual. Aylmer proclaims itself as the “Recreation Capital of the National Capital” because of its many golf courses, green spaces, spas, marina, and bicycle paths. Virtually all the major shops, services and restaurants are located along chemin d’Aylmer (Hwy. 148).
Highlights: small town atmosphere, tuck shop on site, parks, and bike paths.
362 McArthur Avenue, 388 & 390 Irwin Miller Street
Ideal for newcomers to Ottawa
These buildings are located right next to a small shopping plaza containing Fresh Co, Pizza Pizza, and Magicuts and along the #14 OC Transpo bus route, with Loblaws and the St. Laurent Centre less than a 25 minute walk, or a quick bus trip away. Riverain Park is also within walking distance, hosting a variety of activities and events. Vanier is a historically Francophone neighbourhood, while it has become a bilingual community in recent years boasting a wide array of languages and cultures.
Highlights: Easy access to OC Transpo and shopping.
Lincoln Heights
McEwen Towers, 61 McEwen Avenue
Ideal for seniors
McEwen Towers is located in a quiet residential area in the Lincoln Heights neighbourhood off Richmond Road and Ambleside Drive. The nearby bike path network offers residents a safe and active way to get all over Lincoln Heights and Ottawa. The bike paths also connect residents with nearby destinations such as: Britannia Beach to the west, Westboro Beach to the east, and also Westboro Village, a trendy destination for foodies and boutique shoppers.
Highlights: Carlingwood Shopping Centre, OC Transpo access at Lincoln Fields, Olde Forge Community Resource Centre.
The Chamberlain, 333 Metcalfe Street
Ideal for families and young professionals
Centretown is one of the most convenient places to live and enjoy Ottawa’s downtown bustle, nightlife and restaurants. It is centrally located near the Museum of Nature, several dog parks, churches, and historical buildings. The area also contains smaller designations such as The Village, Sens Mile, and the eastern portion of Chinatown. The main streets of Centretown are Bank and Elgin and are largely commercial/retail. They complement the area nicely with unique shops, pubs, and restaurants while the side streets connecting them are mostly residential with some offices interspersed.
Highlights: Elgin Street and Bank Street contain many shops and eateries, OC Transpo and future LRT access, access to many landmarks and parks.
Sandy Hill
The Sandhurst, 240 Stewart Street
Ideal for students and pets
The Sandhurst is located in beautiful Sandy Hill, a neighbourhood with a population of about 10,000 residents, where you’ll find the University of Ottawa and which is, not surprisingly, very well-educated. The influx of students from September to May brings quieter months in the summer and a constantly changing population mix. Sandy Hill is well-served by local pubs and restaurants, in addition to being in very close proximity to the Byward Market and Rideau Centre.
Highlights: Nearby dog parks, University of Ottawa and Le Cordon Bleu campuses, student housing, Byward Market, and Rideau Street.
If you would like to inquire about living at one of our fine properties in any of these splendid Ottawa Area neighbourhoods, please contact us for availability… we’d be delighted to hear from you!