238 Besserer Street
The Galleria Phase 2 in Ottawa
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Standing directly behind Galleria Phase 1 Condo Ottawa, this tower is phase two of the development. The Galleria Phase 2 located at 238 Besserer Street is a beautiful high-rise 15-storey developed by Richcraft housing 197 units. Condos for sale at The Galleria Phase 2 range in size from 590 sq ft to 2,021 sq ft. The Galleria Phase 2 was built in 2013 and sits on the edge of the ByWard Market in the Sandy Hill neighbourhood of downtown Ottawa. The Galleria Phase 2 is located between Daly Avenue and Rideau Street, just an 8-minute walk from the O-Train's Rideau Station. Close to the residential area Sandy Hill, the Galleria offers a tranquil living experience in the downtown core. The Galleria Condo Ottawa elegant stone exterior easily makes it one of Ottawa's most stylish condo buildings.
Condos for sale at 238 Besserer Street feature views of the Gatineau Hills and Ottawa's downtown. Suites are beautifully designed featuring elevated ceilings, hardwood flooring, Berber carpet, European-style kitchens, and balconies. Amenities at The Galleria Phase 2 include a large indoor pool, sauna, outdoor sundeck, party room and fitness facilities. Underground parking spaces and storage lockers come with most units or are available for purchase separately.
Located just 4 blocks from Ottawa's downtown core, residents are walking distance to restaurants, the Rideau Center, the University of Ottawa, the Museum of Art, Parliament Hill, the Byward Market, and much more! Take advantage of The Galleria Phase 2's proximity to the Rideau Canal (The world's largest skating rink) and museums to keep your days fresh and exciting.
OC Trivia - Where did the name Besserer come from?
Louis-Theodore Besserer (January 4, 1785 - February 3, 1861) was a businessman, notary and political figure in Lower Canada. In 1845, he retired to a large estate that he had purchased in Bytown. He subdivided this property and sold off building lots, this area is now the Ottawa neighbourhood of Sandy Hill. Besserer Street was named after him. - Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online