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The view from here: Minto has a few remaining suites available in three of its high-rise condos

High-rise living is undoubtedly about the view, but a condominium that merely offers breathtaking vistas is only half the equation. The view also includes the one within: bright and airy rooms, intimate spaces, and outdoor terraces — these elements work together to complete a homeowner’s holistic ‘view’.

A view of the two-storey, designer-decorated suite inside Minto Lansdowne
A view of the two-storey, designer-decorated suite inside Minto@Lansdowne

For more than 60 years Minto has forged a reputation for delivering quality homes that exemplify this kind of all-inclusive view. Its buildings offer unparalleled sights over Ottawa’s rivers, the Gatineau Hills, and the city.

The bright, airy space inside Minto Upperwest's Clifton: a one bedroom plus den suite in a building designed by acclaimed Wallman Architects
The bright, airy space inside Minto UpperWest’s Clifton: a one bedroom plus den suite in a building designed by acclaimed Wallman Architects

Presently, Minto has suites available in three of its high-rise condominiums set within the city’s most coveted neighbourhoods: Minto UpperWest in Westboro; Minto Beechwood in New Edinburgh, and Minto@Lansdowne in the Glebe. Their expansive penthouses, uniquely designed two-storey suites, and one bedroom condos – all matched with luxe amenities – are already built, homeowners are moving in, and the last remaining unsold suites are move-in-ready.

Situated in the cozy village of New Edinburgh is Minto Beechwood's The Elmdale: a bedroom plus den suite
Situated in the cozy village of New Edinburgh is Minto Beechwood’s The Elmdale: a one bedroom plus den suite

Minto UpperWest

With endless trails along the Ottawa River and some of the city’s best restaurants, cafes, and boutiques, Minto’s UpperWest high-rise is perfectly situated to enjoy the best of what the vibrant village of Westboro has to offer.

Minto UpperWest's Broadview suite, a one bedroom suite with a view over the tree-lined streets of Westboro
Minto UpperWest’s Broadview suite, a one bedroom suite with a view over the tree-lined streets of Westboro

Designed by acclaimed Wallman Architects, this impressive glass tower is unlike any in the city. Rising 25 storeys, UpperWest features three designer-decorated model suites available to tour: The Broadview unit is a 741 square-foot, one-bedroom suite that has a view over the tree-lined streets of Westboro village, while The Clifton, an 851 square-foot one-bedroom plus den looks out over the Ottawa River. The recently opened Madison model suite provides a look at a 1,012 square-foot, two bedroom suite, which has views across Westboro from the 21st or 23rd floors.

The Broadview
The Broadview’s kitchen/dining area

UpperWest is about entertaining too: Residents have access to a private dining room with a demo kitchen, a lounge with fireplace, and a fully furnished guest suite. In addition, UpperWest provides a state-of-the-art fitness centre and a 5,500 square-foot outdoor terrace: an urban oasis six storeys above ground that includes a water feature, fireplace, gas barbecues, dining and seating areas, and lush landscaping.

The Clifton's kitchen/dining area
The Clifton’s kitchen/dining area
The Clifton suite's bedroom
The Clifton suite’s bedroom
Another view of the Broadview's living/dining area
Another view of the Broadview’s living/dining area

Of the 175 suites in the building (ranging from $325,900 to $1,312,900) less than 10 UpperWest suites are still available.

Minto Beechwood

Residents of Minto’s eight-storey, boutique condominium Minto Beechwood enjoy access to a private dining room, a lounge with fireplace, a fully equipped fitness centre, a conference room, and an outdoor terrace with a fire pit, gas barbecues, and verdant landscaping.

Minto Beechwood's The Elmdale, a one bedroom suite plus den
Minto Beechwood’s The Elmdale, a one bedroom suite plus den

Located in the historic neighbourhood of New Edinburgh near the Rideau River and Rideau Hall, Minto Beechwood inhabits a prestigious, quieter corner of the city — quieter, yes, but still lively; the village offers one-of-a-kind shops, eclectic cafes, art galleries, pubs and restaurants — all within easy reach. Cycling and walking paths encourage locals to get around on bike and by foot.

The Elmdale's bedroom
The Elmdale’s bedroom
The Elmdale's kitchen/dining area
The Elmdale’s kitchen/dining area

Two designer decorated model suites are available to tour: The Elmdale, an 823 square-foot, one bedroom plus den, and The Manor, a 1,200 square-foot, two bedroom plus den. Presently, less than 10 suites (ranging from $321,900 to $973,900) remain unsold.

Minto Beechwood's The Manor, a two bedroom plus den suite
Minto Beechwood’s The Manor, a two bedroom plus den suite
One of The Manor's bedrooms
One of The Manor’s bedrooms

Minto UpperWest and Minto Beechwood exemplify view — each, in its own way, provides spectacular vistas of the city and its natural surroundings beheld from within quality built, boutique dwellings with state-of-the-art amenities, set in some of the most sought after neighbourhoods in Ottawa.

Minto@Lansdowne

Minto’s holistic approach also holds true for Minto@Lansdowne. The high-rise condominium is located amidst the bustling, world-class shopping, entertainment, and recreational nexus of the historic Glebe village with views along the Rideau Canal and the surrounding parklands. Well-crafted and carefully considered, only two suites in Minto@Lansdowne remain unsold, to view by appointment only.

The living/dining floor inside Minto@Lansdowne's suite
The living/dining floor inside Minto@Lansdowne’s suite
Minto@Lansdowne's kitchen
Minto@Lansdowne’s kitchen
Minto@Lansdowne's bedroom
Minto@Lansdowne’s bedroom