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Long before COVID-19 became an omnipresent part of Canadian life, Meredith Thatcher could sense an emerging seismic shift in the way tenants used technology to reimagine traditional office space.
Toronto firm says it has purchased a one-acre site at 1209 St. Laurent Blvd., across from the St. Laurent Shopping Centre, as well as property at 1047 Richmond Rd., near Carlingwood Shopping Centre.
Local real estate experts say that while office space is here to stay, it will likely be configured very differently once people start returning to their cubicles en masse.
Vancouver firm is far from the only real estate company looking to grow its portfolio in a red-hot market where a shortage of supply has pushed rents near record highs.
Hamilton, who spent 16 years at CBRE Canada’s Ottawa office, including the last eight as managing director, started his new job on Monday.
New tenant services such as pet grooming, vehicle maintenance and parcel storage are popping up in Ottawa office buildings, giving landlords a new tool to market their properties
One of Ottawa’s largest class-A office complexes is revamping its lobby and meeting spaces and redesigning some of its suites in an effort to respond to changing tenant tastes and modernize the bui
Companies continue to struggle finding class-A space in the capital as availability rates fell in Ottawa’s largest office markets in the final quarter of 2018, according to real estate se
Constitution Square was the place to be Tuesday for those about to rock, and for those who just like rocks.
The idea of entering a towering office building, only to be swept away to the charming French countryside, is no longer the stuff of silly daydreams.