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The federal government has opened three co-working offices across Ottawa with plans for two more in the National Capital Region as the city’s largest employer embraces a global trend towards flexible…
Increased activity from Ottawa tech firms and a global trend towards co-working led to a tightening of the capital’s commercial vacancy rate in the first half of the year
Thanks to a robust local economy fuelled by growth in the tech and government sectors, vacancy rates in Ottawa’s office and industrial markets are expected to keep falling while rental ra
A Quebec-based investor’s partnership with a leading commercial real estate company to buy a major downtown office complex marks the insurance firm’s first steps into what observers are calling Ott
Ottawa’s commercial real estate professionals and other industry watchers are among the most confident in their local market compared with their peers from across the country, according to a new su
Ottawa’s real estate market had a banner first six months of 2018, according to a report released Wednesday that said two landmark office building sales in 2017 have piqued investors’ interest in t
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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 tightening Class-A office market and the exodus of federal government departments from the core are pushing landlords of downtown properties to “get creative” with revamping Ottawa’s aging stock
The record-breaking $480-million sale of Constitution Square is “a harbinger of things to come” for Ottawa’s commercial real estate market as investors get ready to ride light rail’s momentum, a ne
A new report is painting a bullish outlook for Ottawa’s office market, arguing that the city’s light-rail line is renewing investor and tenant interest in properties that will be connecte