Windmill Development Group
City’s largest commercial property manager is turning to a veteran of the green building movement to scale up its development pipeline in Ottawa and accelerate its growth in southern Ontario.
Blueprint would see 4,000 housing units and nearly a million square feet of retail and office space built over the next 35 years at LeBreton Flats, along with more than 30 acres of parks.
Two years in the making, project aims to finance environmentally sustainable developments in Ottawa and the Greater Toronto Area.
Guelph officials have selected an Ottawa-based real estate developer to turn a parking lot and several existing buildings in the southern Ontario city into a mixed-use development featuri
Windmill Development Group has passed through planning committee on its path to redeveloping a portion of Bank Street’s Southminster Uni
Two well-known women – Jessica Mulroney and Melinda Karlsson – teamed up Tuesday for the launch of a grassroots initiative that brings joy and happiness each holid
The way we develop our communities is stacked against health, happiness and environment, Windmill Development Group founding partner Jeff Westeinde told TEDx Ottawa on Thursday night.
Jonathan Westeinde can be forgiven for running a few minutes behind for our interview. As co-founder and chief executive of Windmill Developments, he has a lot on his plate these days.
Transforming a 75-year-old former city maintenance facility into a state-of-the-art hub of innovation is a mammoth task that doesn’t come without its hiccups.
The Ontario Divisional Court has given Windmill Development Group and Dream Unlimited Corp.