"There are no easy answers here,” Claridge Homes executive Neil Malhotra says of what it will take to encourage more residents to live, work and shop inside the Greenbelt in the wake of the pandemic.
One month in, the Downtown Ottawa Revitalization Task Force is diving headfirst into its three-month plan for bringing life back to the downtown core.
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.
Highrise would eclipse another Claridge project, the nearby Icon condo tower, which is now the city's tallest building.
The 6.65-acre property is now home to an abandoned industrial building previously owned by dairy giant Saputo.
A leading Ottawa builder says it remains confident that the capital’s housing market will hit the ground running once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
OBJ publisher Michael Curran speaks with leaders from Ottawa's homebuilding industry about how they are adapting during COVID-19.
A consortium of local developers made headlines this week with an ambitio
Though the Claridge name often calls to mind highrise condos and new-built suburban homes, the Ottawa family-owned residential developer is continuing to diversify its portfolio with a ne