OMERS puts Constitution Square up for sale
Nearly seven years after starting construction on one of Canada’s largest new purpose-built rental developments in a generation, an Ottawa developer has finalized the sale of the project’s final tw
Vacancies in industrial properties across Ottawa may have creeped up at the end of 2016, but a “surge” in companies looking for new space has brokers at one real estate firm feeling optimistic as t
Office vacancy rates east of the Rideau River could drop as the completion date of Ottawa’s Confederation LRT Line draws closer, according to a local commercial real estate services firm.
Commercial property sales in Ottawa more than doubled in the first half of the year, spurred on by the low cost of capital and a depreciated Canadian dollar that’s attracting investors from south
Colliers International has turned to a veteran broker to fill the post of managing director at its Ottawa office.
In a development that is sure to shake up the local real estate scene, one of Ottawa’s top office leasing teams announced this week it has left Colliers International to join rival brokerage Cushma
Ottawa’s commercial real estate market continued its slump in the first nine months of 2015, reflecting skittishness over the economy and the federal election, according to a new report from Collie
An upswing in private-sector growth is translating into good news for the city’s downtown and Kanata office markets, according to the latest report from Colliers International.
Much like the mid-April weather, the Ottawa commercial real estate market appears to be warming up after a prolonged cold spell.