90 Elgin Street is a 17-floor glass-facade building that is 97% leased to Public Works Government Services Canada, accommodating approximately 2,600 federal employees. Conveniently located on an urban site surrounded by iconic and historic landmarks, including the National War Monument; the National Arts Centre; the Chateau Laurier; the Lord Elgin Hotel; and a few blocks from Parliament Hill. The James Michael Flaherty Building recently received LEED Gold certification. It has special sustainable design features including, a high-performance building envelope and green roofs at all lower levels.
Superior location fronting 3 high profile streets in the downtown core – Elgin, Albert and Slater streets
Within walking distance of Parliament Hill, Ottawa City Hall, The National Arts Centre and four major hotels.
Located across the street from Confederation Park, the site of many local festivals including Winterlude, Tulip Festival and Canada Day
Elgin Street is part of the ceremonial route for Government of Canada celebrations and events such as the Changing of the Guard and Remembrance Day
National Capital Region hosts 7 million tourists annually, most of whom frequent downtown Ottawa