In this op-ed, Ottawa architect Toon Dreessen explains how the public sector can spark more innovative designs – while saving money – by rethinking procurement processes.
Orléans Economic Symposium to highlight community’s growing innovative business sector.
Year-to-date housing starts up 29% over 2016.
For the first time in more than 100 years, the public will have access to Chaudière Falls thanks to an expansion of Energy Ottawa’s Chaudière Falls hydroelectric facility.
Demand rises for properties that blend commercial, residential and retail space.
Cubicles and generic floorplans are becoming an increasingly rare sight in some corners of Ottawa.
For building owners, up-front capital expenditures translate into a larger return on investment down the road.
Departments replacing traditional offices with more flexible space.
Kingston developer is planning a 132-unit complex on the same property as its existing 11-storey Lord Richmond apartments.
Bells Corners is attracting renewed interest from some developers and real estate professionals as the Department of National Defence moves into the former Nortel campus farther north on Moodie Drive.