The residents of four newly built Ottawa townhouses will be a bit of an enviable position – they won’t have any energy costs. By Jacob Serebrin
Commercial property sales in Ottawa more than doubled in the first half of the year, spurred on by the low cost of capital and a depreciated Canadian dollar that’s attracting investors from south
A controversial subdivision proposal for Stittsville passed the planning committee hurdle on Tuesday.
A city councillor vocally opposed to a large Stittsville subdivision plan is rallying residents to have their say at next week’s planning committee.
Steve Fretwell laughs when reminiscing about the glory days of Carleton Ravens football in the mid-1980s.
Minto Group Inc. has closed its downtown Minto Suites Hotel operations earlier than expected as the company aims to fully convert the Lyon Street property by October.
Ottawa developer Minto received an endorsement Tuesday from a committee of city councillors to build an eight-storey condominium its proposed for a growing neighbourhood east of downtown Ottawa.
One of Ottawa’s largest real estate firms will mark the end of an era in 2013 when Roger Greenberg, the long-time CEO of The Minto Group, steps down from his post.
Recently published data shows one of the city’s largest residential landlords paid $94.55 million for a multi-residential and commercial portfolio in Nepean.
An Ottawa-based real estate development and management firm said it will spend $2.7 million upgrading a multi-residential and commercial portfolio it acquired in its hometown.