Little Italy

12 units for sale

2 units for rent

Buildings in Little Italy

About Little Italy

What to Expect

Little Italy is centrally located in west Centretown between Dow’s Lake and the War Museum. It is served by the Trillium LRT line. Preston Street is known as Corso Italia, the heart of Ottawa’s Little Italy. The area is famous for its Italian heritage, events, specialty shops and restaurants.

Demographics

Little Italy is comprised of younger, upper-middle-income singles and families. These urban individuals enjoy the downtown lifestyle, while still maintaining a community feel. There are a mixture of renters and home owners in the neighbourhood. There are many Italian descendent families living in Little Italy who own and operate the Italian specialty shops and rest... Read More

Little Italy is comprised of younger, upper-middle-income singles and families. These urban individuals enjoy the downtown lifestyle, while still maintaining a community feel. There are a mixture of renters and home owners in the neighbourhood. There are many Italian descendent families living in Little Italy who own and operate the Italian specialty shops and restaurants in the neighbourhood.


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Lifestyle

The Preston Street area is becoming a self-sufficient urban habitat where everything can be found within walking distance. This area offers endless options of restaurants in the area. The majority of the businesses are family operated. Residents of Little Italy are right on the edge of Dows Lake, allowing for access to the world-famous Rideau Canal for year-... Read More

The Preston Street area is becoming a self-sufficient urban habitat where everything can be found within walking distance. This area offers endless options of restaurants in the area. The majority of the businesses are family operated. Residents of Little Italy are right on the edge of Dow’s Lake, allowing for access to the world-famous Rideau Canal for year-round outdoor activities.


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What You'll Love

The new Trillium Bike path lets you take advantage of hundreds of bike trails as you explore Little Italy. It is home to some of Ottawas biggest festivals, Italian Week in the summer and GrapeFest in the fall. Little Italy is also just a short walk from Ottawas most popular festival, Bluesfest, which takes place on neighbouring area Lebreton Flatts ev... Read More

The new Trillium Bike path lets you take advantage of hundreds of bike trails as you explore Little Italy. It is home to some of Ottawa’s biggest festivals, Italian Week in the summer and GrapeFest in the fall. Little Italy is also just a short walk from Ottawa’s most popular festival, Bluesfest, which takes place on neighbouring area Lebreton Flatts every July.


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