Real Estate

The OTUS Group and Ottawa Business Journal – with the support of 10 of the city’s leading professional service providers – recently launched the inaugural edition of OAX: The Ottawa Association…
Q1 was the second straight quarter that resale home transactions fell year-over-year, marking the first time since 2014 that Ottawa’s housing market suffered back-to-back quarterly declines
An Ottawa developer wants to build a nine-storey apartment building in Sandy Hill that would house 191 residential rental units, according to a site plan recently filed with the city
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 Q1 2019, driving the local vacancy rate down to 7.5 per cent
Sakto Corp. has revised its plans for a major addition to its Little Italy property, adding three floors and nearly 60 units to its previous proposal to build a 25-storey residential tower at Preston…
Pending city approval the developer hopes to put shovels in the ground in the second half of 2020
The real estate services firm expects work on new single-detached homes will drive this modest growth, with a corresponding drop-off in apartment starts hampering any potential boom
The Ottawa Board of Trade is urging the NCC to return to the negotiating table with previous bidders on the LeBreton Flats redevelopment in hopes of salvaging a grand vision for the land
Declining office vacancy rates alongside a booming tech sector have generated new development demand in Kanata
When the Ottawa International Airport surpassed the five-million-passenger mark late last year, it was more than a symbolic milestone.