The tech firms snapping up office space in Ottawa’s central business district will soon face greater competition for accommodations if the federal government resumes its expansion in the core, acco
The availability rate of industrial space in Canada’s capital declined for the 11th straight quarter and is approaching a record low set in 2006, according to real estate services firm CB
As suburban Ottawa office rents slowly climb, an increasing number of tenants are considering downtown buildings – particularly those in proximity to the under-construction light-rail lin
Another decline in the local industrial market vacancy rate is pushing some tenants to consider repurposing retail space or constructing new buildings on Ottawa’s outskirts, Colliers Inte
Ongoing strength in Ottawa’s high-tech sector is helping lower office vacancy rates while pushing up rental rates in Kanata, a recently released report says.
Moving into a proper office, storefront or studio is a major milestone for many entrepreneurs and business owners.
Healthy tenant demand, combined with limited availabilities in desirable locations, kept Ottawa’s industrial vacancy rate at four per cent for the second straight quarter, a recent report
Ottawa’s office vacancy rate fell by half a percentage point in the second quarter as tenants snatched up class-A space downtown and in Kanata, recently released figures show.
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