The Hamptons – Phase 2 of Ottawa LEED Platinum Town Home Development

Phase One of this impressive group of nine 2,200 sq. ft. executive town homes were heralded across the Ontario as the province's first-ever LEED Platinum Certified multi-unit residential development. Get ready to experience green living at its finest in 2018 with The Hamptons Phase 2. Stunning amenities and a central Ottawa location at Hogs Back and Mooney’s Bay await you in these luxurious town home units, available for for rent on long-term leases. (Click on photos below to see gallery).

Phase Two of The Hamptons will also be built to the exacting LEED Platinum green building standard. LEED's third-party verification proves that a building incorporates strategies aimed at improving performance, increasing energy and water efficiency, reducing carbon emissions, thoughtfully utilizing natural resources, and improving indoor environmental quality. With Canadians spending more than 90 percent of their time indoors according to Health Canada, LEED-certified buildings are also often credited with increased respiratory and other health benefits - particularly for children and the elderly. Learn more about this project on Rogers Daytime Ottawa TV.

Welcome to Ottawa's Westboro Village at 281 Kirchoffer Avenue

Buy or rent this exceptional home in an exceptional location just steps away from Westboro Beach. This grand executive 4 storey, 4 bedroom home features cherry hardwood, 5 marble bathrooms and a stunning kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances. Stunning views of the Ottawa River. Three balconies, 2 fireplaces, plantation shutters, fenced yard and much more. Designed following LEED specs. You will not live better than this, right in the heart of Westboro Village.  For more information, please see The RGB Group rentals page.

To make an enquiry please contact Rolf Baumann, CEO, The RGB Group (

Another RGB Group green building project brings LEED Platinum to Ottawa's Glebe, plus anti-earthquake design!

The RGB Group's latest green residential building project is rising in Ottawa's Glebe community on Third Avenue. A showpiece of sustainable design, this three-storey duplex is aiming for the coveted LEED Platinum designation. But there's more. While many don't know it, Ottawa is rated as one of Canada's most active seismic zones in the country, and thus our newest green building in the Glebe is built to be an "anti-quake" as well as a green building! You can read, watch and listen to the amazing media coverage this project has generated by visiting the News section of this Web site.

With an all-steel frame that is 30% to 40% stronger than even the City of Ottawa's new seismic-maximized building code, the occupants of this duplex should be able to sleep undisturbed through just about any anticipated earthquake activity. It's going to be The Glebe's Green Diefenbunker!

Rolf Baumann, CEO, The RGB Group