Large tenants could start looking at properties in other markets along the St. Lawrence Seaway to address surging demand for warehousing and storage facilities, new report from Colliers says.
'Dangerously low' supply of industrial space threatens Ottawa's status as rising distribution hub: brokerage
Local real estate experts say that while office space is here to stay, it will likely be configured very differently once people start returning to their cubicles en masse.
The 1.6-million-square-foot office complex just south of the St. Laurent Shopping Centre is part of a plan to turn the site into a mixed-use neighbourhood with residential units, parks and shops.
OBJ examines how an unprecedented disruption in regular business activity will severely impact the city’s real estate sector, especially retail and office leases
Landlords and tenants are trying to map out a way forward that inflicts the least economic pain
Commercial tenants struggling to find room to grow in Ottawa’s tight office market likely won’t have a much easier task this year than they did in 2019, Avison Young forecasts
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.
In a town where the federal government has been the dominant tenant in commercial real estate seemingly forever, Michael Church and his
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
An anticipated drop in office vacancy rates failed to materialize last year, despite a massive increase in government spending and the local hiring of thousands of civil servants, according to a ne