Residential

Fraser says he expects Killam to continue expanding its footprint in the capital region, praising its stable, government-driven economy and steady influx of new residents
Broccolini hopes to add more new units to the downtown core’s growing stock of apartment dwellings with a proposal for a 22-storey highrise near the corner of Bank and Slater streets
Despite being a seller’s market, the National Capital Region remains more affordable than the national average
The fresh cash will go towards paying down debt and funding acquisitions, including InterRent’s plans to acquire four properties in Montreal
Housing starts in Ottawa-Gatineau fell 20 per cent in June compared with a year earlier, thanks to a decline in new builds of pricier single-detached homes on the Ottawa side of the river
Ottawa’s housing market passed a symbolic milestone in June, as the average sale price of a home in the capital surpassed $500,000 for the first time ever
Federal government funding will help see to completion a new residence for homeless and at-risk youth in Ottawa
Planning committee gave the all-clear Thursday to a nine-storey building on Oblats Avenue despite opposition from community members who felt misled by an increase in height at the eleventh hour
Canada Lands Co. is teaming up with an Aboriginal group on a plan that would see private developers build three mixed-use towers on a prime parcel of real estate just west of the Glebe
Councillors will examine a proposed 832-unit mixed-use building in the Hog’s Back/Confederation Heights neighbourhood aimed at Carleton University students