New Edinburgh has a population of approximately 3,000 people. It is considered to be a more affluent neighbourhood. This quieter neighbourhood is made up of residential detached, town homes, and smaller apartment buildings with larger condominium buildings currently under construction. The Governor General lives here in Rideau Hall and Prime Minister of Canada resides here as well at 24 Sussex Drive. Currently the prime minister is not living in 24 Sussex as the home requires millions of dollars in renovations. There are a number of embassies throughout the neighbourhood as well.
The New Edinburgh Pub is a local institution, even if it is actually located in Lindenlea just a few blocks south of New Edinburgh. It is located on the Beechwood strip that is home to shopping and trendy restaurants. Bordering New Edinburgh to the north is the Sussex Dr which turns into Rockcliffe Parkway which is a scenic route along the Ottawa River. A two minute drive across the St. Patrick Bridge will bring you to Lower Town and the Byward market where you can enjoy shopping, restaurants and Ottawa’s nightlife. With 5 elementary schools and 2 high schools, including private and world IB schools Elmwood School and Ashbury College, it’s well serviced for educational needs.
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