Centretown

The task force, announced today by Ottawa Centre MP Yasir Naqvi, brings together community and business representatives to propose creative ideas for Ottawa’s downtown core, post-pandemic.
Saturday’s devastating storm that knocked the lights out at tens of thousands of homes and businesses across the city delivered a powerful feeling of deja vu to Jacqui Okum.
Despite a decade and a half with little progress since Loeb closed its Booth Street store in 2006, local representatives see an end in sight for residents hungry for accessible, affordable groceries.
Brian Montgomery always knew he wanted to run his own café one day — what he didn’t know was that oatmeal would be his ticket to success and his contribution to the community. 
Organizers of GoFundMe fundraiser are set to start distributing money to most-affected businesses later this month.
Zyer Developments wants to restore the building at 285 McLeod to its "original appearance and detailing” and build a new eight-storey apartment development over top of it.
Wednesday’s decision marks the culmination of a development application process that’s stretched on for more than six years.
Glenview Homes and Taggart Realty Management want to build a 27-storey tower with 295 apartment units and 1,300 square feet of ground-floor retail space.
Ottawa company hoping to attract a co-working provider and restaurant for commercial portion of proposed development at Somerset and O'Connor streets.
Ottawa developer recently filed a proposal to build two towers of 28 and 30 storeys at 267 O’Connor St., between Gilmour and MacLaren streets.