Ottawa Community Housing purchased the plot of land between the O-Train Trillium Line and several residential roads off Preston Street from the federal government for $7 million.
Tenants began receiving Estoppel Certificates last week, which is generally considered a sign that a sale is on the path to completion.
More condo owners are bringing units to market as oversupply wanes
While there's space on the market, much of it may not be in the right location for tenants.
There's enough contaminated sediment at the bottom of Hamilton Harbour to fill three hockey arenas. Cleaning it up is expected to take eight years and cost $138.9 million.
Nelligan O’Brien Payne condominium lawyer finds evidence of forgery, manipulation of election process
Local developer already owns five retirement residences, with two more under construction in Kanata and Vanier. Another is planned for Hunt Club Road.
OMERS puts Constitution Square up for sale
The aging building needs major work, but the project will not begin for another six years
Plans to extend Ottawa’s existing north-south light-rail line further south to the airport and into Riverside South cleared a major milestone this week after the city prequalified three c