Lower Town is a residential place in downtown Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It was historically
French Canadian and Irish. New Canadians contain half of the population and form an essential
part of this neighbourhood’s tradition and character. Densely populated and ethnically diverse,
Lower town has a long history of change and transformation.
The neighbourhood’s name reflects its topographic position below that of historical Sandy Hill.
Lower town additionally includes a few surviving homes from antique Hull and Gloucester
Township and its own constructed heritage in churches and mansions dating back to the 1830s.
However, this area has changed notably.
Why Lower Town houses?
The neighbourhood is predominantly residential inside the north and the east. Lower Town also
consists of the industrial Byward marketplace location within the southwestern part. Over the
past a hundred and fifty years, lower town has evolved considerably, undergoing rapid
redevelopment and transformation. Here is the complete listing:
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