Welcome to Amica The Glebe

Residence Address: 33 Monk Street, Ottawa, ON K1S 5X6

Discover exceptional senior living at Amica The Glebe. Residents at this vibrant, newly built retirement residence in Ottawa enjoy a full continuum of care options and convenient access to city services and amenities in a prime location.

Exceptional care

What type of care is available at Amica The Glebe? Our nursing and wellness team is available 24/7. We combine excellent hospitality, activities and amenities with professional care services. You can choose the option that best fits your needs:

What’s unique at Amica The Glebe

Our thoughtfully designed and inviting nine-storey building is located in a sought-after historic area surrounded by stately homes, mature trees and residents who take pride in their community. Relax with visitors and neighbours on your own personal balcony or a variety of common-area terraces and balconies. Other outdoor spaces that are integrated into the building include a paved walking loop and a covered terrace with retractable windows so it can be enjoyed all year round. You’ll find in-suite laundry in selected Independent Living suites. As a resident, you can also take advantage of our town car service.

Exploring the neighbourhood

Life at Amica The Glebe combines easy access to city amenities and services as well as abundant public green spaces that are beautifully tended by the National Capital Commission. Enjoy the walking trails along the Rideau Canal to Parliament Hill or Dow’s Lake, or the nearby park systems of Patterson Creek and Brown’s Inlet. Our southern neighbour, Lansdowne Park, is home to premier sports teams, festivals, a farmers’ market and restaurants. Bank Street is also close by, offering a variety of independent shops and cafes, and there are excellent hospital and health care services just a few minutes’ drive away. Everyone loves our next-door neighbour — Kettleman’s Bagels.

Things to do around Amica The Glebe

Our scheduled excursions with our shuttle mean we take care of the driving, so come aboard for outings to seasonal concerts, a river cruise or high tea at Château Laurier. Browse the shops in the charming towns of Almonte or Merrickville. Catch the latest immersive art show or an exhibit at one of the Capital’s many acclaimed galleries and museums, from the National Gallery of Canada to the Canadian Museum of Nature. Enjoy dinner and a show at a live theatre performance.