More than $1.6B worth of commercial assets have already changed hands this year.
CBRE Ottawa managing director says the conversation in Ottawa is shifting from government to tech
The head of Ottawa’s hotel association is renewing his call for tighter regulations on Airbnb and services like it after a new study revealed the vast majority of hosts are turning their entire pro
Despite a soft Q2, several large-scale office and retail transactions are expected to close before the end of the year and give a significant boost to the city’s 2017 totals.
Despite a sudden drop-off in the second half of the year, a handful of large commercial real estate transactions that closed in early 2016 pushed total investments in Ottawa to $1.49 billion, accor
Last year, the Information and Communications Technology Council made big predictions about the demand for Canadian tech talent in coming years.
The new Ottawa trend of full-service, “live, work, play” neighbourhoods will continue to change the city’s landscape and with it, the commercial real estate market, according to CBRE.
The local arm of brokerage firm CBRE has won another deal that will see the federal government farm out more of its real estate brokerage services to the private sector.
Record-setting year for commercial real estate sales After bidding up land prices over the past few years, investor interest in Ottawa development properties appears to be moderating, acc
Meagre economic growth combined with ongoing government austerity will cause local office vacancy rates to edge up slightly next year, according to a new report.