Declining office vacancy rates alongside a booming tech sector have generated new development demand in Kanata
The University of Ottawa plans to unveil its new collaborative office space in Kanata North this spring, just months after it announced plans to expand to Canada’s largest technology park.
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New 154-unit residential building will be located just north of Highway 417, less than a kilometre east of the Kanata Centrum Shopping Centre.
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Colliers International says the vacancy rate in Ottawa’s west-end tech hub fell to 14.1 per cent at the end of September, down from 15.2 per cent at mid-year.
One of Kanata’s fastest growing firms is moving, but not far: You.i TV has a new home, with plenty of space for its freshly expanded team.
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“We are an innovation nation. We just don’t act like one,” says digital storyteller Melanie Coulson.