The head of one of the city’s major developers recently joined the Ottawa Real Estate Show to explore some of the factors limiting new office and industrial construction in the capital
City officials say they’ve received a rezoning application for a new build that would replace a historic Argyle Avenue office building
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.
Avison Young notes that the pace of activity thus far in 2018 has been greater year-over-year across most asset classes, with $610 million worth of property changing hands.
Proposal includes a six-storey and 12-storey building, plus space for new public park.
Property is located at the north end of Bells Corners, just down the road from the former Nortel campus that’s being turned into the new home of the Department of National Defence.
Company is also the developer behind the neighbouring Westboro Connection mixed-used office and residential property on McRae Avenue that’s home to Alterna Savings, IT consultant Pythian and a Farm…
Commercial plaza consisting of three single-storey retail buildings, including two drive-throughs, planned.
The corner of Scott Street and McRae Avenue in Westboro Village could soon be looking very different.