Claridge Homes

Ottawa homebuilder Claridge plans to expand its reach into the local retirement community market with a new six-storey east-end facility, according to planning documents filed with the ci
Though the Claridge name often calls to mind highrise condos and new-built suburban homes, the Ottawa family-owned residential developer is continuing to diversify its portfolio with a ne
Claridge Homes says it wants to turn a barren plot of land near the Canadian War Museum into a 1,600-unit, five-tower complex aimed at mixed-income households.
An affiliate of Hyatt Hotels has entered an agreement with Claridge Homes to bring a new hotel to the ByWard Market by mid-2016.
Several local developers say the city’s increasing inflexibility over zoning changes is reducing the value of community input on planned projects.
Minto Group Inc. has closed its downtown Minto Suites Hotel operations earlier than expected as the company aims to fully convert the Lyon Street property by October.
Several developers received the green light from city officials to launch townhouse and low-rise residential projects, but a lack of new large-scale initiatives weighed down construction in
Domicile Developments is asking the city for permission to build a 12-storey mixed-use building on Somerset Street and City Centre Avenue, just west of Chinatown, according to the city.
Ottawa developer Claridge Homes is seeking a zoning change from city hall so it can build a 27-storey condo tower at 287 Lisgar St. By Jacob Serebrin
Local developer Claridge is asking the city for permission to build three 28-storey mixed-use towers at 245 Rideau Street, according to documents issued by the city.