Shawn Hamilton

Ottawa’s tech talent market beat out the likes of Montreal, Vancouver and Waterloo for the second year in a row according to CBRE’s annual rankings, but the elusive top spot remains in To
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.
With class-A office vacancy rates dipping below four per cent in Ottawa’s central business district, talk among some real estate watchers is turning to when ground will be broken on the city’s next
One of Ottawa’s largest developers and property managers says the launch of light rail has the potential to breathe new life into an often overlooked corner of the city’s office market.
The tech firms snapping up office space in Ottawa’s central business district will soon face greater competition for accommodations if the federal government resumes its expansion in the core, acco
With three massive mixed-use real estate projects poised to transform the western edge of downtown Ottawa – and compete for residents and business tenants – the lead developer behind Zibi
In a town where the federal government has been the dominant tenant in commercial real estate seemingly forever, Michael Church and his
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.