Residential

Million-dollar home transactions in the nation’s capital used to be almost as rare as a unanimous vote in the House of Commons, but times have changed.
Activity in Ottawa’s multi-family residential market continues to heat up along the light-rail transit line, according to a new report from Colliers International
Developers in Ottawa-Gatineau continued to rev up housing starts in January in an effort to respond to unrelenting demand for new inventory
Fewer homes changed hands in January than a year earlier, but the city’s chronic housing supply shortage drove prices up nearly 20 per cent compared with the start of 2019
A local developer’s controversial plan to build four mid-rise apartment buildings that would add more than 300 rental units to a small Sandy Hill neighbourhood is set to go before planning committee
An office tower on the western edge of downtown Ottawa will soon be gutted and undergo a facelift to prepare the building’s units for residential tenants
The owner of Bayshore Shopping Centre says it wants to build two new apartment highrises next to the west-end mall, a proposal that would add 500 more units to the city’s growing inventor
Tenants in Ottawa paid an average of $108 a month more for an apartment in 2019 compared with a year earlier, thanks to “robust demand” for rental accommodations in the capital, according
The site of a proposed three-tower development atop a forthcoming LRT station might soon receive heritage status to ensure it’s preserved
Despite a wave of new projects, local developers say they have no plans to scale back apartment construction in 2020 as demand for units continues to rise