Laurier Avenue complex and other aging federal properties could be sold to the private sector as the feds look to modernize their portfolio, the Ottawa Real Estate Forum heard this week.
Cushman & Wakefield
Montreal-based merchant closing 82 stores in Canada and all 42 of its locations in the United States as it focuses on its e-commerce business and supplying grocery stores and pharmacies.
The Canadian branch of a global real estate investment company has purchased a government-occupied office tower at the Ottawa Train Yards in a deal worth $97.5 million.
While few are expecting a Liberal minority to bring Ottawa to new economic heights, local observers are satisfied that the next few months will be business as usual in the nation’s capital
With Lincoln Fields Shopping Centre set to be totally rebuilt, OBJ looks at whether community retail plazas still have staying power in a world of e-commerce and changing consumer buying habits
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
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
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Cushman & Wakefield’s latest acquisition puts a few local properties under new management and continues an expansion of the global brokerage firm’s Canadian services.
Ottawa’s historically steady industrial property market is projected to weaken further as 2016 draws to a close after vacancy rates jumped nearly a full percentage point in the third quarter, a loc