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A few days after the National Capital Commission approved final designs for the revitalization of a prominent public-sector workplace in Gatineau, the federal government has awarded a mas
A spike in companies relocating from suburbia to the city centre and burgeoning growth in Kanata’s tech sector continued to shrink the amount of available office space in both parts of Ot
Space-hungry tenants snapped up a net total of more than 200,000 square feet of real estate in Ottawa’s red-hot office market in the first quarter of 2019, driving the local vacancy rate
The Ottawa Board of Trade is urging the National Capital Commission to return to the negotiating table with previous bidders on the LeBreton Flats redevelopment in hopes of salvaging a gr
By: Sam Cooley Something remarkable happened last year in Kanata’s real estate market.
The National Capital Commission has officially cancelled the procurement process looking for a proposal to redevelop LeBreton Flats following the collapse of its preferred proponent’s par
Two sizeable projects got the green light from Ottawa’s planning committee Thursday.
The architects and developers behind the Château Laurier’s proposed rear addition have submitted new designs for Ottawa’s consideration, the latest episode in a saga that has seen multipl
A Toronto-based real estate investment trust has purchased an office tower on Laurier Avenue in a bid to beef up its presence in Ottawa’s downtown core.
Group Germain Hotels has landed on what it thinks is the perfect location to make its 20-20 business vision a reality: the Ottawa airport.