In a long overdue Follow up to my post on Assaly Homes, here are the plans that I have for the condominium towers that the company built:
The Chateau Royale towers, originally called Chateau Royale Gardens, are landmarks with their signature fins and bump out. The unique design of the towers have interesting pie-shaped units. 900 Dynes Road was built c. 1975 and 1380 Prince of Wales was built c. 1977. The Chateau Royale Professional Building is located between the two towers, and the townhouses to the west of the towers were also built by Assaly (unfortunately, I do not have the plans for these homes).
Chateau Vanier at 158 A, B & C McArthur Avenue, started c. 1971 is also a landmark in Vanier with 3 impressive towers.
Ottawa Citizen. February 20, 1971.
Ottawa Citizen. March 26, 1971.
Bay-Laurier Place at 470 Laurier was built c. 1984.
Kent Towers at 199 Kent was built c. 1985. I have always wondered many one-tower buildings are named "towers" as though there are more than one. Do any of my readers know?