Place De Ville

Place de Ville is a complex of office towers in downtown Ottawa. It currently consists of four buildings, Place de Ville A, B, and C, and the 'Podium' building, two large hotels, and the city's largest underground parking garage. The buildings are linked by an underground shopping complex. Place de Ville C is currently the tallest building in Ottawa.

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Place De Ville - History and Development
... In 1996 its remnants, including Place de Ville, were bought by the Reichmann's Olympia and York (O Y) ... In 2000 O Y announced that work would begin on a third phase of the Place de Ville complex ... most of its Canadian holdings, including Place de Ville ...
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