The revitalization of Ottawa's LeBreton Flats neighborhood that began with the opening of a new Canadian War Museum in 2005 now is transforming the former industrial zone into a residential hub.

The centerpiece of this transformation is a mixed-use, transit-oriented community anchored by two towers and known simply as the Library Parcel.

The developers, who call themselves Dream LeBreton, are planning to make the Library Parcel into a model for inclusion, innovation and sustainability. Dream LeBreton is a partnership between Dream Asset Management, Dream Impact and a local non-profit group, Multifaith Housing Initiative.

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