Shawn Hamilton

The promise of light rail is in the air – but Orléans business leaders say that without a major east-end employer, the trains won’t be enough to keep the borough up to speed with the rest of Ottawa
While Ottawa’s real estate market tends to be more affordable than Toronto and Vancouver, the high wages paid to the city’s top talent actually make the city an expensive choice for most tech firms
The pending arrival of light rail is fuelling a wave of new development applications and changing the way builders view future projects, speakers told a business crowd Wednesday at the Shaw Centre
The Ottawa Real Estate Show broadcast a series of interviews from this year's Ottawa Real Estate Forum covering office vacancy rates, the industrial market and development opportunities.
With development land and existing buildings in close proximity to several east-end light-rail stations, some say government and private-sector tenants could soon be giving the area a closer look.
Tech firms now occupy more real estate in the core than the legal and accounting sectors
'The west side of downtown is going to redefine our city'
Changing commercial real estate landscape presents both challenges and opportunities for owners of lower-tier properties looking to entice new style of tenants
Last year, the Information and Communications Technology Council made big predictions about the demand for Canadian tech talent in coming years.
The new Ottawa trend of full-service, “live, work, play” neighbourhoods will continue to change the city’s landscape and with it, the commercial real estate market, according to CBRE.