BOMA Commercial Space

Many Ottawa neighbourhoods are learning to survive and thrive in the face of disruptive construction activity and the lingering after-effects
As cubicle farms and enclosed offices dissolved into unassigned seating areas and shared workstations over the past decade, employers looked to usher in a new era of workplace collaboration
New tenant services such as pet grooming, vehicle maintenance and parcel storage are popping up in Ottawa office buildings, giving landlords a new tool to market their properties
With the ability to control lighting, heating and cooling or even oxygen levels in the office, building managers are able to meet the rising demand from tenants for more customizable workspaces
Property managers have to be prepared for fires, lockdowns and evacuations – it’s part of the job.
Ottawa is in a time of transition.