Welcome to Centrepointe, a neighbourhood in the city of Ottawa with 1 condo buildings. There is only 1 building style in the neighbourhood, 1 Low-Rise. With a smaller number of buildings to choose from in Centrepointe, there are less condos for sale in Centrepointe. Condos for sale in Centrepointe are on the market for an average of 141 days. Centrepointe had 1 condos sold within it in 2020, an decrease of -67% compared to the year before. Condos for sale in Centrepointe had an average sale price of $357,500 last year, an increase of 22% from the prior year. Centrepointe is Car-Dependent with a walk score of 36. This neighbourhood is Very Bikeable with a bike score of 83. Some Transit is available in Centrepointe. The neighbourhoods Redwood and Leslie Park are nearby.
MSB fortune factory is a great bakery in Centrepointe. A fresh cup of java or tea is never hard to find with Shake Shake Fresh Tea and Centrepointe Cafe & Deli in the hood. Foodies won't be disappointed by the presence of excellent local restaurants Dumpling? Dumpling! and Lil' Negril Island Grill. There is a surprising amount of green space with Centrepointe Park, Ottawa Parks, sports fields and outdoor recreation, and Mattamy Park in Centrepointe. Centrepointe SpecialtyRx Pharmacy and Centrepointe Gabriel Drugs are a short walk away as well. There are always new exhibits and events happening at Atrium Art Gallery. Animal enthusiasts, good news Centrepointe Animal Hospital is in Centrepointe. The school in Centrepointe is Sir Guy Carleton.
Centrepointe is in the ‘College Ward’ of Ottawa’s west end. The area was developed in 1984 and was previously farmland. The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation purchased this land, then most of the land was sold off. The housing in this neighbourhood includes mainly detached homes, with the remainder consisting of row houses and terrace homes.
Centrepointe is a rather culturally diverse area. It mainly consists of middle aged and older families. Many residents are University or College graduates. Quite a few residents are also students, this is due to the proximity of Algonquin College and Baseline bus station, which offers bus routes to Carleton University and the University of Ottawa.
Centrepointe is popular for their amazing theatre, the Centrepointe park, the Library and having a ton of amenities nearby. Centrepointe’s Ottawa Library offers numerous programs and services for residents to take advantage of. Wanting to go for a movie, some retail shopping, or a great dining experience? It's all just a short drive away.
The Centrepointe theatre has something for everyone. They offer music, comedies, plays, and tons of other events that you can find listed on their website.
Residents adore the Centrepointe Park during all seasons as it has a rink in the wintertime and a splash pad in the summer. Enjoy spotting some wildlife in the greenery or perhaps even in the large constructed lake.
The Centrepointe Community Association supports the neighbourhood and produces a local publication to keep residents up-to-date on local events and activities.
With Baseline bus station such a short distance away you’ll be able to catch a bus to just about anywhere in the city.