Capital Hall Condos is a new student residence development located at 101 Champagne Avenue South in Ottawa developed by Ashcroft Homes. Sales price start from $179,900. The development has a total of 329 units and 25 storeys with full 12,000 SQ.FT amenity spaces. 

Capital Hall Condos is your opportunity to profit from the growing student condo real estate segment with 3 years guaranteed rental income. 

 Capital Hall Condos Highlights

  • Walk Score 81 out of 100
  • Transit Score 62 out of 100
  • In the Kitchissippi neighborhood in Ottawa
  • Nearby parks include Dows Lake Pavilion, Plouffe Park and Glebe Memorial Park.
  • Fully Furnished
  • Fully Managed
  • 2 Minute walk from the O-Train, commute time to Carleton University Under 9 Minutes
  • Ground floor retail zone with grocery, coffee shop and more
  • Stainless Steel Appliances & Laminate Flooring
  • 8'5" Ceilings
  • Approx. 12,000 SQFT Of Indoor and Outdoor Amenities including Study niches, Meeting rooms, Study lounges, Lobby Lounge, 24-hour Concierge, Housekeeping, Bike Storage and more

Carleton University 

  • Student Population: 27, 832 (UTSU: 10,843 / Queens University: 24,582)
  • The Student Population Has Grown 18% In The Past Decade
  • PHD Enrollment Has Increased By 36% and Masters Enrollment By 18% In The Last Decade
  • International Student Population Has Increased by 43% In The Past Decade
  • Carleton Currently Only Has 3,617 Beds Available For Students (87% Live Off Campus)
  • The Number of Students In Residence Has Increased by 32% Due To Population Increase And High Demand For Quality Student Accommodations
  • Resides In Between Toronto - Ottawa - Montreal; Large Population Exposure
  • Carleton University Is Currently Investing $75,000,000 In Infrastructure and Student Facilities

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