Pending city approval the developer hopes to put shovels in the ground in the second half of 2020
The real estate services firm expects work on new single-detached homes will drive this modest growth, with a corresponding drop-off in apartment starts hampering any potential boom
Preparing to open your first store is an exciting and huge accomplishment. But as you embark on finding the right space for your business, there can be unknown pitfalls along the way.
The Ottawa Board of Trade is urging the NCC to return to the negotiating table with previous bidders on the LeBreton Flats redevelopment in hopes of salvaging a grand vision for the land
Declining office vacancy rates alongside a booming tech sector have generated new development demand in Kanata
CoEnergy raised $336,000 in a recent share offering to help install green energy technology in several Ottawa buildings, the organization said this week
An engineering firm has been ordered to pay a sizeable settlement in connection to charges of bid-rigging on contracts with the City of Gatineau and other Quebec municipalities
Christopher Simmonds Architect creates ‘a sense of community’ in new home for Tomlinson Group
Surge in multi-unit starts fuels construction boom, housing agency says.
The NCC is moving ahead with a new process to redevelop LeBreton Flats, one that will start with a piece of land next to the new central library building and will happen with or without an NHL arena