Cardinal Creek Village
- Prime location overlooking the Ottawa River and Gatineau Hills
- Adult lifestyle enclaves nestled in the community with exclusive amenities
- Mix of single-family homes, townhomes, semi-detached homes, gallery townhomes, and apartments
- Designated area for commercial, retail, and mixed-use development
- Master planned parks throughout the community to provide an array of recreational amenities
Discover a land rich in heritage and lush with vistas - a rolling landscape of walking trails and rugged ravines, where the views of distant hills and nearby waterways frame each day. Discover Cardinal Creek Village, Ottawa's next great community. Located south east of Trim Road and the Ottawa River, this community includes parks, schools, conservation lands, multi-use pathways, and future retail, and is steps away from future LRT stations, which can be accessed directly through a beautiful multi-use pathway. This project showcases the teamwork between the Taggart Group of Companies, with Taggart Construction excavating, servicing and preparing all lots for Tamarack, and Taggart Realty Management developing and managing the retail spaces. When complete, Cardinal Creek Village will contain approximately 3,000 homes, ranging from single family homes, to adult lifestyle enclaves, to townhouses, to apartments.
Cardinal Creek Village Phase 1 marked the beginning of a unique new village-style community in Ottawa. The village will eventually be home to more five thousand people, with a mix of housing types throughout the community and village-themed shopping areas within walking distance. Great care and attention has been devoted to honoring the history of the area and the wonderful natural heritage features. The land was originally settled in 1885 by Isodore Cardinal, the namesake of the community. The millstones from the original gristmill have been restored and are featured in Millstone Park. The design of the park itself looks like a mill wheel from above and includes splash pad fountains, a gazebo with picnic tables, children’s play structures, and open green space. New granite replica millstones mark the entrance to the community. The materials for the other entrance features, designed to look like a ruin, come from the foundation of a local farmhouse. The boulevards are lined with cedar post and rail fence constructed in the historic fashion. The street names have been chosen to show respect to the early settlers and their activities, to Anishinaabe words describing the natural environment in the area, and to the explorer Champlain and his impact on the area.
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President, Tamarack Homes