The City of Ottawa has received a Site Plan application to permit the development of a 1-storey restaurant and a 2-storey medical/office building at 6150 Hazeldean Road, the former Flea Market site. The full circulation will be available by the end of next week.
The subject property is located along Hazeldean Road, west of Stittsville Main Street and East of Carp Road.
The rectangular site is approximately 1.69 acres in size and was formerly part of the lands used for the old Stittsville Flea Market. The site is currently vacant and has approximately 82.3 metres of frontage along Hazeldean Road and 91.4 metres of frontage on Neil Avenue. Surrounding uses include vacant lands to the west and north, a retirement residence to the east, and an Ottawa-Carleton District School Board Works Yard to the south. Northeast of the site is a commercial plaza and associated parking, and southwest of the site is the Crossing Bridge residential neighbourhood.
The purpose of the Site Plan Control application is to permit the development of a 464.8 square metre 1-storey restaurant, and a 925.6 square metre 2-storey medical/office building. The proposed restaurant will be located in the northwest corner of the site and the proposed medical/office building will be located in the northeast corner of the site. The southern portion of the site shall remain vacant and reserved for future development. The site will be accessed through the adjacent retirement residence site (6130 Hazeldean Road) through a common access from Hazeldean Road. Parking for the proposed uses will be provided on site (84 spaces) and in the existing retirement residence parking lot (22 spaces) through an agreement with the adjacent property owner.