Mall owner wants to construct a mixed-use tower with 280 rental apartments and ground-floor retail space on land currently occupied by a heritage building.
Building at 1368 Labrie Ave., south of the intersection of Highway 417 and Cyrville Road, would contain 45 units.
Deal equates to $51 per square foot of buildable gross floor area and is part of a larger divestment of its interest in Ontario real estate projects to Woodbourne Capital Management.
Proposal would see three apartment highrises and a hotel with a total of more than 1,000 units constructed on vacant land south of Ogilvie Road and east of Cyrville Road.
The city’s planning committee has narrowly approved a controversial plan for a six-storey self-storage warehouse near Merivale Road
The first phase of a plan to replace the Lincoln Fields Shopping Centre with a mix of new retail and commercial space goes before the city’s planning committee this Thursday
The two real estate investment trusts building a series of apartment towers near the Blair LRT Station are joining forces on another mixed-use development in Ottawa’s southeast end.
As Ottawa transit riders gear up for their inaugural trips on the city’s long-awaited light-rail system this weekend, OBJ is taking score of who is winning and losing as the trains take on passengers…
With Lincoln Fields Shopping Centre set to be totally rebuilt, OBJ looks at whether community retail plazas still have staying power in a world of e-commerce and changing consumer buying habits
RioCan and Killam open development aimed to capitalizing on new generation of transit-using tenants