Citywide office vacancy rate increases to 7.2%, according to report providing one of the first looks at the performance of the local commercial real estate market during the pandemic.
With teleworking trends expected to persist, Ottawa brokers urge tenants to keep traditional office space
COVID-19 may not be the end of office space, but survey of Ottawa tenants suggests many employees will continue working from home even after the pandemic subsides
While most experts say industry is likely to struggle even after social distancing measures are relaxed, others argue sector could play key role in helping companies safely resume operations.
A leading Ottawa real estate executive is calling on the city to give all commercial landlords facing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic a six-month break on property taxes.
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