At Greystone Village Retirement, early birds catch the best suites

January 24, 2020

The word is out that Greystone Village Retirement, Ottawa’s newest luxury retirement residence, is special. The design of the 146 attractive suites is original and flexible, with styles and sizes to fit a variety of budgets. Whether you prefer plush and spacious or comfortable and cosy, Greystone can accommodate you with one of its 60 different floor plans. And if you want to make sure that relatives and friends can stay over or visit at any time, check out the guest suites and the many well-appointed common spaces.

“The entire building is set up as an extension of residents’ rental space,” points out Greystone’s co-owner and general manager Jennifer Martel, who is always on site to look after residents’ needs.

Martel emphasizes that the locally owned residence, which will be ready for occupancy in April, is all about giving people a way to enjoy every aspect of their lives as they settle into their new forever homes.

“Sometimes seniors fear they will give something up if they make the move,” says Martel. “We want our residents to continue their independence, to keep doing everything they have always enjoyed and more. It really is all about what you are gaining when you move here.”

Greystone is about appreciating nature by savouring the magnificent views of the Rideau River and beyond from the many windows, rooftop terraces or sunrooms. It is about quality time with family and friends, relaxing over fine meals in the restaurant or enjoying a drink in the on-site pub.

“This is an opportunity for residents to live the best part of their lives,” says Martel. “We don’t want any of the things they love to disappear. We just want to take away those tedious tasks that prevent people from enjoying themselves and help residents maintain their independence for as long as possible.”

Interest is building quickly in this new residence, situated in the Greystone Village development nestled between the Rideau River and Main Street.

“Model suites are now open. This is the time to come in to see the various options available and to make a deposit to secure your ideal rental space,” says Martel. “This is truly a stunning property and we really are trying to do things differently. We have tried to ensure that we have something for everyone, regardless of their budget. We believe in aging in place, and our three levels of care mean that this can be the last move anyone has to make.”

Discover the amazing quality of life you deserve. Call today to book your private tour. Reserve by Feb. 29 and qualify for an early reservation promotion. For more information and to view Greystone Village Retirement, call 613-234-2000 or visit


Ottawa Citizen article, Jan 20, 2020

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Transitional Care at Greystone Village Retirement

As part of the regional response to COVID-19, a short-stay transitional care hospital unit has now opened at Greystone Village Retirement in Ottawa.

This hospital unit is overseen by Bruyère and managed by Integrated Care Solutions, a division of Bayshore HealthCare.

The patients who are admitted to Greystone Village Retirement are from acute care hospitals in the region. These are individuals who no longer need the acute care that hospitals provide but are in need of specialized care before returning home or to long-term care.

Greystone Village Retirement is pleased to be working with Bruyère and Integrated Care Solutions, a division of Bayshore HealthCare, to help build health care capacity in the region and provide some comfort to those who need a safe path back to the community.

COVID-19 measures

All admissions, screening requirements, and visitor policies mirror those at Bruyère hospital campuses.

At present, general visitation is restricted. For more information, please see the latest from Bruyère on COVID-19.

Contact us

If your loved one is a patient at Greystone Village Retirement and you are looking to connect with someone onsite, please call 613-787-8251.

For any inquiries about admissions, please contact Bruyère at