Residential

Nearly seven years after starting construction on one of Canada’s largest new purpose-built rental developments in a generation, an Ottawa developer has finalized the sale of the project’s final tw
Local homebuilders started the new year with a bang, driven by new condo construction, according to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
Ottawa realtors kicked off 2017 by setting a five-year high for home sales in January, traditionally one of the local market’s slower months.
Ottawa home builders aren’t optimistic they’ll see a better 2017 after several years during which a shrinking public-service workforce weakened the local housing market. By Ryan Tumilty.
The owner of a property on Wellington Street West near the O-Train tracks wants to turn a two-storey office building into a nine-storey mixed-use development, the city says.
An Ottawa property management firm says it plans to spend $1.8 million renovating its recently acquired Pembroke properties in a project the company’s president said will “change the downtown lands
A proposed towering condominium in Lebreton Flats encountered some pushback this month, thanks to a decades-old rule restricting buildings from blocking views of Parliament Hill. By Dylan C.
A stretch of Bronson Avenue south of the Queensway is set for a major facelift after the City of Ottawa’s planning committee has unanimously approved two proposals for buildings on the street near
A student residence developer is proposing a 12-storey, 172-unit tower a kilometre north of Carleton University, near the intersection of Bronson and Carling avenues.