Real Estate

New guidelines will reduce the risk of streets in parts of Ottawa turning into 'walled canyons.'
Facility would accommodate some 4,500 staff and have an expected occupancy date of 2029.
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When Karin Hinzer first began research into renewable energy more than 10 years ago, she was convinced the technology wasn’t going to be that useful.
Tech firms now occupy more real estate in the core than the legal and accounting sectors
The family behind one of Ottawa’s largest homebuilders was fêted at the city’s annual celebrations honouring the best and most generous family-run businesses in the National Capital Region.
From its humble beginnings as a small three-person operation in 1967, the company has evolved into a major player in the Ottawa construction scene.
Facility is designed to accommodate up to 1,000 employees between two shifts.
If the plan is approved, it would further boost Ottawa’s downtown hotel inventory following a spate of new openings and planned developments that’s expected to add hundreds of new rooms to the market.
'The west side of downtown is going to redefine our city'
Landlord says nine per cent of the 1,665 homes in the Heron Gate community are affected.