A local builder has unveiled plans for a two-phased development in Little Italy that’s expected to include more than 500 housing units and bring a major supermarket to a neighbourhood
The organization that runs the historic ByWard Market building says a $50,000 pilot project to convert a stretch of William Street into a pedestrian-only plaza is the latest step in its l
A trial program being rolled out by city hall will give community associations in one downtown ward more say in residential and commercial construction projects proposed by developers.
A committee of city councillors has given Ottawa developer Claridge preliminary approval to construct the city’s tallest building in the south end of Little Italy.
The head of the city’s planning committee is warning developers that he wants to make them pay for a larger portion of the city’s $2.1-billion light-rail system.
The City of Ottawa isn't planning to expand the space available for suburban development anytime soon and will instead devote its time to examining the land where office space can be built, accordi
The developer behind a proposed 36-storey condominium tower, which drew public condemnation from the head of the city’s planning committee and the surrounding community, is rethinking its plans, ac