KOBLE Commercial Real Estate

The capital’s commercial real estate market continues to see a string of deals even as rising interest rates threaten to stall its momentum. 
More Canadians than ever before are working past the traditional retirement age of 65, either because they want to or they have to. 
Local developer Joey Theberge purchased Fisher Heights Plaza on Baseline Road in a deal that closed last week.
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While Ottawa has maintained its status as a safe city for commercial investment, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way investors think about commercial properties in the capital. 
John Zinati is one of a growing number of local real estate executives who’ve left comfortable, secure jobs at established big-name companies to start their own brokerages and advisory firms.