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Fresh off its enormous industrial development for Amazon in Ottawa’s east end, Broccolini is gearing up to build a new 700,000-square-foot warehouse in North Gower designed for similar use
Leasing activity in Ottawa’s commercial real estate sector held relatively steady in the past quarter but the upcoming federal election might have a substantial impact on the downtown office market…
Mohammad Dourou has spent the past nine months renovating an old German church in Little Italy, crafting a new co-working space he hopes will be home to a bustling community of entrepreneurs
The controversial proposed addition to the Château Laurier was dealt a setback Friday as the city’s committee of adjustment denied approval for a minor variance
A local real estate brokerage has added an office building at a prominent intersection in the city’s south end to its growing portfolio as it continues to expand its footprint in Eastern Ontario
PROREIT announced it has purchased an 11-storey office building at 251 Laurier Ave. W. from Slate Asset Management for $21.2 million
After 20 years of having nowhere to host sports tournament attendees or out-of-town visitors, Barrhaven is finally getting two hotels – with the possibility of more on the way
A Winnipeg-based real estate investment trust is selling off a prime Ottawa property as part of its bid to divest itself of up to $1 billion in “non-core” assets over the next three years
National Capital Region embracing desk-for-hire trend as new wave of firms looks to cash in on growing number of itinerant workers
Kanata’s Hazeldean Mall has been sold to new owners who are pledging to revitalize a property that’s still searching for a dominant anchor tenant more than four years after Target pulled