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The federal government is set to expand its downtown footprint after subleasing long-vacant space in the head office of the Export Development Corp.
Gymnasts from across the globe will soon have a new place to tumble in Ottawa after veteran developer Bruce Firestone announced a $20-million-plus development for a new sports facility in Orleans.
A local commercial real estate firm specializing in tenant representation has brought one of the city’s more experienced brokers on board as a new partner.
Member365 will soon join the ranks of the Kanata North tech park, as the Ottawa-based SaaS firm graduates from its home in the
Despite a sudden drop-off in the second half of the year, a handful of large commercial real estate transactions that closed in early 2016 pushed total investments in Ottawa to $1.49 billion, accor
The federal government says it’s preparing to spend up to $5 million on a pilot project aimed at reducing the environmental footprint of an office building and data centre at the Confederation Heig
One of Ottawa’s largest landlords says it managed to make more money out of the properties in its national portfolio during the final three months of last year over the same period in 2015 thanks t
The federal government says it’s looking for nearly 60,600 square feet of centrally located warehouse space, a potential move that could lower east Ottawa’s industrial vacancy rate by three-tenths
Nearly one in five federally owned buildings in Ottawa are listed in critical or poor condition, according to the government’s own list of its buildings, the Directory of Federal Real Property.
A National Capital Commission official says taking a more “business-based approach” to commercial leasing has helped the Crown corporation reduce its vacancy rates.