In light of new police tactics to manage the ongoing trucker convoy, property managers in Ottawa’s downtown core are preparing for another weekend of protests.
The city’s central business district remains virtually empty more than a year into the pandemic, leaving a legion of forgotten retailers searching for answers, writes Ron Corbett
Community leader and retired businesswoman is fêted by family and friends during week-long birthday celebrations
'Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity': Former CBRE exec Hamilton takes business development post at Canderel
Hamilton, who spent 16 years at CBRE Canada’s Ottawa office, including the last eight as managing director, started his new job on Monday.
CEO of Montreal's PROREIT sees 'real future' for Ottawa industrial sector as firm adds to local portfolio
Real estate investment firm said Monday it’s buying three industrial buildings in the capital region totalling 283,000 square feet.
As workers re-enter workspaces across the city, landlords face new demands from tenants
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
The number of contested hearings at the Ontario Municipal Board involving the City of Ottawa has dropped significantly since 2015.
Even though he runs one of the largest real estate companies in the country, with more than $14.5 billion worth of assets, Michael Cooper never really considered himself an icon of the industry.
Ottawa’s Building Owners and Managers Association is appealing the city’s official plan to the Ontario Municipal Board. By Jacob Serebrin