Merkburn Holdings cofounder William Burnside has a humble explanation for the firm’s longevity in Ottawa’s property market: “Happenstance.”
Commercial real estate
Some of the west end’s largest tenants are signing new leases to accommodate growth – setting in motion a string of moves as other firms quickly snap up the recently vacated space
For commercial REALTOR®️ Geoff Godding, the reason for joining the Ottawa Real Estate Board (OREB) was simple – it boosted his business.
Like many of the city’s veteran commercial real estate brokers, Michael Church has lost track of the number of Ottawa office spaces he’s toured with tenants over the years.
A pending lease expiry is often time for tenants to reflect on whether their office, warehouse or retail storefront is working effectively for their business.
The commercial real estate market has seen an interesting shift over the past few years. Fewer and fewer big-box store developments, such as South Keys, are being constructed.