Ottawa Real Estate Forum

Laurier Avenue complex and other aging federal properties could be sold to the private sector as the feds look to modernize their portfolio, the Ottawa Real Estate Forum heard this week.
Fresh off its enormous industrial development for Amazon in Ottawa’s east end, Broccolini is gearing up to build a new 700,000-square-foot warehouse in North Gower designed for similar use
With class-A office vacancy rates dipping below four per cent in Ottawa’s central business district, talk among some real estate watchers is turning to when ground will be broken on the city’s next
The federal government’s top real estate official says he wants to rely more heavily on the private sector to fulfil the bureaucracy's office space requirements.
The federal government’s office space modernization program is a “disaster,” according to its top real estate executive, who also suggested he was cool towards continuing to own, rather than lease,
The message hasn’t changed much as far as the federal government’s real estate portfolio is concerned, an assistant deputy minister told the sold out Ottawa Real Estate Forum Thursday.
Local landlords won’t know the full effect of federal downsizing efforts until at least 2020, one of the government’s top real estate officials said Thursday.
There appears to be a change of heart among top Public Works officials about discussing the federal government's office space needs in public.
Public Works property branch questions future public speeches