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OBJ examines how an unprecedented disruption in regular business activity will severely impact the city’s real estate sector, especially retail and office leases
Landlords and tenants are trying to map out a way forward that inflicts the least economic pain
Crestpoint Real Estate Investments has taken a 50 per cent stake in an office building at 234 Laurier Ave. W.
A lack of available office space in Ottawa’s downtown core ranks Canada’s capital among the hardest cities in North America for tenants to find centrally located real estate
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
Lenders both domestic and foreign signalled a growing interest in Ottawa’s commercial real estate market heading into the new decade, according to a survey from real estate firm CBRE
Ottawa’s e-commerce giant has crossed an impressive employee threshold in the capital, which newly released stats say remains a top tech hub in Canada.
New tenant services such as pet grooming, vehicle maintenance and parcel storage are popping up in Ottawa office buildings, giving landlords a new tool to market their properties
Local office of global commercial real estate and investment services firm hosts anniversary party on the eve of Ottawa Real Estate Forum
Even under the effect of a 'brain drain,' Ottawa’s labour market remains among the most concentrated in technology across North America, according to CBRE’s annual tech talent scorecard