Somerset Manor/Quai D'Orsay
Somerset Manor / Quai D’Orsay is an ideally situated 11-story high-rise located at 210 Somerset St W. It is conveniently located in the beautiful and historic community of Centretown. In addition to Somerset Manor being a close walk to the features of the community, major bus routes run near the building. We are within walking distance to Parliament Hill and related government buildings, the Rideau Center, the downtown business core, the National Arts Centre, the Museum of Nature, and numerous shops, restaurants and nightlife. We are minutes from the scenic Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the vibrant communities of Old Ottawa South, Sandy Hill and the Glebe.
The building features bachelor, one, two and three bedroom units. Each unit includes a stove, refrigerator, wall-to-wall carpeting with tile floors in the kitchen and washroom. Additional costs are hydro, heat, and air conditioning, which are billed monthly through Hydro Ottawa. Parking is available at an additional cost, if required. We are pleased to announce that as of January, 2018, all of our buildings have begun the transition to becoming 100% smoke-free.
Our onsite facilities include a 24-hour laundry facility. It is a secure-access building, and there is an on-call superintendent for any after-hours emergencies. We currently have a selection of bachelor, one and two bedroom units available. Please contact us at 613-234-1802 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information regarding unit prices, and to book an appointment for a viewing.
**Please note that we will only accept applications for a specific unit. To place an apartment on hold you must provide the Rental Office with completed application(s), copy of ID, proof of employment or income, registration of schooling (if applicable) for each occupant as well as the deposit. We will not accept incomplete applications. Please contact our Rental Office by phone or email for any questions or to see what units we currently have available.
Somerset Manor Application.pdf
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