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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.
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.
Several firms with an Ottawa presence are among the companies that have qualified for a design competition aimed at restoring and modernizing the historic buildings.
MetalCraft Marine Inc. will build 24 barges as part of federal government's $1.5-billion Oceans Protection Plan.
Tunnel one of two options for proposed system connecting Ottawa and Gatineau, along with an above-ground route along Wellington Street.
Request for information seeks industry feedback
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.
Density of aging office complex to be expanded by 40% to accommodate 6,800 full-time employees
The focal point of Ottawa’s Canada Day celebrations will be moved off Parliament Hill this year amid the escalating renovation work to Centre Block
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Progressively designed by HOK Ottawa, the federal government’s new co-working space at Place d'Orléans heralds a new way to work