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 of Ottawa
Enhancements include a new retail, food and beverage program, airport hotel, and LRT connection
Trinity Development Group said Wednesday it plans to build a one-million-square-foot mix of office, retail and residential space on the northeast corner of Gladstone and Loretta avenues
System will need to prove it saves commuting time before it becomes a recruiting tool, downtown companies say
One week after her successful entry into municipal politics, new Kanata North councillor Jenna Sudds says she’s not forgetting her tech park roots
Chris Swail, the director of O-Train planning, says the new council won’t be able to tackle the LRT contract until early 2019
From in-station stores to downtown restaurants, John Manconi says LRT will open up opportunities for businesses of all kinds
'It’s on the mind of every single developer and owner when it comes to either purchasing or developing assets in Ottawa'
With development land and existing buildings in close proximity to several east-end light-rail stations, some say government and private-sector tenants could soon be giving the area a closer look.
Many of the stations are receiving “final touches” including wayfinding signs, lights and speakers.