Rapidly expanding demand for seniors housing supports this unique opportunity for purchasers to access The Founders Residences, a senior's condominium development located in Westboro; a high-end neighbourhood in Ottawa, Ontario.

The Founders Residences - Westboro is destined to become the most desirable seniors rental apartment in the region offering optional care and support currently unavailable in the community. By registering now, you can be the first to receive pricing, floor plans and a complete package outlining this unique opportunity.

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THE FIVE W's of The Founders Residences 


The Founders Residences is a vision of a like minded group of seniors housing professionals who wish to offer a more refined residential environment sensitive to the needs of residents and their families.

One's retirement years should be their most enjoyable and that begins with a comfortable environment. To that end our residents will enjoy all the comforts of a residential condominium while maintaining an independent lifestyle with the service, security and support of a specialized supportive environment.

We have assembled the most qualified industry professionals to ensure The Founders community is the finest of its kind from design and construction to day-to-day management. The Founders Residences will quickly become the new standard by which all other seniors’ residences are measured.




Through inspiration, innovation, coordination and collaboration, The Founders Residences mission is to reduce the costs of seniors housing while providing superlative optional support in an unparalleled safe and secure environment. The Founders team is committed to delivering a space for living, learning and loving while celebrating the rewards of a lifetime's achievements.


The Founders Residences incorporates our unique “Collaborative Care” brand which engages the community, resident families, friends, and the most qualified industry professionals to ensure the highest quality of support is provided to our residents. Our focus is on ease of access, independence, as need assistance, and affordability.




Westboro is an established, high-end neighbourhood in West Ottawa bordered on the east by Island Park Drive and the west by Woodroffe Avenue. The Southern border stretches up to Carling Avenue while the northernmost point borders on the scenic Ottawa River which is home to kilometres of walking and cycling paths. 

Westboro is a thriving community with a mix of single family homes, condominiums, and boutique retail shops. In the last few years, the announcement of several residential condominium projects are encouraging densification and promising to bring more residents to the area.

The neighbourhood boasts a concentration of outdoors and sport stores including Mountain Equipment Co-op, Lululemon, and Trailhead.  Boutiques, restaurants and coffee shops line the streets and have helped turn Westboro into one of the most trendy and in-demand neighbourhoods in the city.



80% SOLd as of december 2018 - inquire now!


WHY PURCHASE A Founders Residence



According to Statistics Canada, the 75-plus and 85-plus age categories in Canada are anticipated to be among the fastest growing over the next 20 years, with the 85-plus expected to increase approximately 23%. They are also expected to more than double in population by 2031, creating a large demand for housing to meet their requirements and needs.


With the rapid expansion of the seniors sector in Canada in the past decade, new developments have increasingly brought improvements to buildings, programs, and amenities at seniors housing facilities. Seniors (and their families) are well informed about the needs of the aging, the increasing number of choices available, and their freedom to select the lifestyle they want or need. Increasingly, seniors and families are requesting more services to enable residents to “age in place” and delay or avoid a transfer to another setting.


Primarily as a result of advances in healthcare, Canada’s population is aging. The average life expectancy for Canadians increased to 80.4 years in 2005 from 77.8 years in 1991 according to Statistics Canada. The segment of the population age 65 years and older is expected to more than double in size by 2031 further exacerbating problems with respect to the availability of seniors congregate living and associated supportive living. 


 Traditionally, seniors have had limited choices when it comes to housing options. Our new standard of service allows residents to choose their required supportive services a la carte. These range from valet parking, grocery shopping, weekly cleaning, dining services, fitness and health management, to around the clock supervision. 




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