Unlike many firms that are downsizing or ditching offices entirely, Ottawa company is doubling down on its need for physical real estate during the pandemic.
More firms are looking to shed real estate as they rethink what the traditional office space might look like in a post-pandemic world, experts say.
A small street in the heart of Kanata North has become a hotbed of new office development as builders scramble to address a flood of demand for new, modern workspaces in the west-end tech hub
KRP Properties got the thumbs-up from Ottawa’s planning committee Thursday for an eight-storey office building in Kanata North’s tight commercial real estate market
We asked Ottawa tech execs how Shopify's rise has affected the local sector and whether today’s deluge of public companies puts the city at a disadvantage
We asked our editorial roundtable whether we’re back in the golden days of funding flowing into Ottawa and about how the trend towards co-working is affecting commercial real estate in the city
In our 2019 roundtable, we asked about how Ottawa tech firms are overcoming a tight talent market and whether the LRT has had any tangible impact on business in the first few rocky months
Landlord KRP Properties has highest concentration of charging stations in Ottawa-Gatineau
With many Kanata office buildings practically bursting at the seams thanks to a red-hot tech sector, two of the city’s biggest property owners are laying the groundwork for major new builds in the…
KRP Properties’ best practices approach turns rivals into allies