Real Estate

Giant Tiger may soon have a larger den to call home, as the Ottawa-based discount retail chain has filed plans with the city to expand its existing corporate headquarters on Walkley Road.
When renting residential property, tenant turnover, or the completion of a newly constructed unit gives landlords the opportunity to set a new rental rate that will determine an investor’s return for…
Ottawa’s planning committee laid out a new set of charges for developers on Thursday, though recent announcements from the Ontario government are expected to uproot the new framework soon
There’s something extraordinary happening at La Cité’s main campus near the Canada Aviation and Space Museum. It’s called Excentricité.
A Montreal developer is proposing a new highrise apartment complex in the heart of Ottawa’s burgeoning downtown “urban tech” district.
In an ugly landlord-tenant dispute, Ottawa restaurateur Jon Svazas was locked out, threatened with eviction and stuck with a six-figure repair bill. Here’s how he persevered and, with some creative…
A growing portfolio and new leases drove earnings at Ottawa’s Minto Apartment REIT past the forecasts it set for this past quarter before going public last summer.
Housing starts in Ottawa-Gatineau were up 52 per cent in April over the same period last year, driven by a flurry of apartment, condo and townhouse builds on the Quebec side of the river.
Receiving the best offer when selling commercial property typically requires a listing to be highly visible and marketed to the right group of potential purchasers.
A limited supply of homes for sale, particularly at the lower end of the market, coupled with a healthy local economy caused another jump in the average selling price of homes last month,