Living in Ottawa

Renowned globally for its attractions, Ottawa is a captivating city that boasts the Canadian Tulip Festival, the Rideau Canal Skateway, various cultural explorations, and more. Offering a distinctive blend of downtown vibrancy and suburban tranquility with ample green spaces, Ottawa provides a diverse range of neighbourhoods and apartments. InterRent is here to assist you in finding the ideal apartment in the capital city of Canada.

Festivals & Attractions

Ottawa hosts many of the country's most popular attractions. The city pulsates with history, culture, and art, evident in its museums, sports stadiums, theatres, and art galleries. Residents can check out the National Arts Centre, National Gallery of Canada, Canadian Museum of History, Canadian Museum of Nature, and the iconic Canadian Parliament Buildings. Ottawa has year-round festivals and events, including Bluesfest and Winterlude, ensuring endless entertainment for all residents.

Lifestyle & Entertainment

Drawing residents from various age groups and walks of life, Ottawa appeals to students attending the University of Ottawa,  Algonquin College, and Carleton University, as well as recent graduates and professionals seeking opportunities in government, the public sector and major companies headquartered in Ottawa. The city offers a vibrant festival scene, diverse dining options, lively nightlife, and shopping destinations like Bayshore Mall and Rideau Centre. There are entertainment options for every lifestyle.

InterRent presents a diverse selection of apartments in the Capital. Whether you're searching for studio, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, or 3-bedroom apartments, each community offers a unique glimpse into the city's beauty. From downtown apartments to desirable neighbourhoods like the Centretown, ByWard Market, Hintonburg, Sandy Hill, and more, InterRent is your guide to finding your next home. For further details or assistance, don't hesitate to reach out to us.

Frequently Asked Questions

Property management companies offer many advantages to residents. They can help with the initial apartment search and move-in process, allowing individuals to focus on what truly matters. These experts are responsible for maintaining and preserving common areas in rentals, covering tasks such as landscaping, snow removal from walkways, waste disposal, addressing in-suite repairs, and ensuring the upkeep of amenities like exercise facilities and media rooms, among others.