While Ottawa has maintained its status as a safe city for commercial investment, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way investors think about commercial properties in the capital.
High demand, rising rents and the recent successes of other projects are leading to speculative developments picking up across the city, particularly near 400-series highways.
Real estate firm says Ottawa’s office availability rate rose to its highest level in three years last quarter.
Proposal would see three apartment highrises and a hotel with a total of more than 1,000 units constructed on vacant land south of Ogilvie Road and east of Cyrville Road.
Colliers International says nearly one-third of tenants in its Ottawa portfolio requested rent relief last month.
Activity in Ottawa’s multi-family residential market continues to heat up along the light-rail transit line, according to a new report from Colliers International
Two of the city’s largest brokerage firms released separate market outlook reports this week that highlighted the federal government’s central role in the city’s commercial real estate market
Leasing activity in Ottawa’s commercial real estate sector held relatively steady in the past quarter but the upcoming federal election might have a substantial impact on the downtown office market…
Demand for office space in the National Capital Region dampened slightly in the second quarter, but local landlords should continue to see “steady” interest in properties thanks to job gr
A spike in companies relocating from suburbia to the city centre and burgeoning growth in Kanata’s tech sector continued to shrink the amount of available office space in both parts of Ot