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As the head of the region’s main hotel industry association, Steve Ball sees plenty of room for growth in a local hospitality industry that enjoyed its best year ever in 2017 and followed
Space-hungry tenants snapped up a net total of more than 200,000 square feet of real estate in Ottawa’s red-hot office market in the first quarter of 2019, driving the local vacancy rate
By: Sam Cooley Something remarkable happened last year in Kanata’s real estate market.
How close are we to a new downtown build? Does Amazon’s arrival signal greater demand for industrial space? And what will a growing federal government be looking for in 2019?
The promise of light rail is in the air – but Orléans business leaders say that without a major east-end employer, the trains won’t be enough to keep the borough up to speed with the rest
Ottawa’s tech talent market beat out the likes of Montreal, Vancouver and Waterloo for the second year in a row according to CBRE’s annual rankings, but the elusive top spot remains in To
The pending arrival of light rail is fuelling a wave of new development applications and changing the way builders view future projects, speakers told a business crowd Wednesday at the Shaw Centre.
With class-A office vacancy rates dipping below four per cent in Ottawa’s central business district, talk among some real estate watchers is turning to when ground will be broken on the city’s next
One of Ottawa’s largest developers and property managers says the launch of light rail has the potential to breathe new life into an often overlooked corner of the city’s office market.
Fresh off its $230-million initial public offering of a new apartment REIT, Ottawa-based Minto Group is looking to expand both through acquisitions and new developments in Canada’s larges