Minto Group

Minto Properties retains approximately 62 per cent ownership of the REIT.
Minto says the average rent of the properties in the new entity would be the highest among all public multi-residential rental REITs focused on the Canadian market.
Retail properties directly on Bank Street would be preserved in proposed redevelopment.
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.
A developer is asking the city for permission to build a 454-unit residential subdivision on Hazeldean Road in Stittsville.