Colonnade BridgePort

Two downtown office towers totalling more than 300,000 square feet at 400 Cumberland St. and 77 Metcalfe St. have sold for a combined $60 million.
A venerable Ottawa curling club could be replaced by a trio of highrises featuring more than 850 rental apartment units if the city approves a recently filed application from a local developer.
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.
Building at 1368 Labrie Ave., south of the intersection of Highway 417 and Cyrville Road, would contain 45 units.
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Deal for 12-storey office building at 81 Metcalfe Street is valued at nearly $12.5 million.
Colonnade BridgePort shrunk proposed project on Argyle Street from 21 storeys to 10 after consulting with city officials, the ward councillor and community representatives.
Ottawa developer says it plans to build a mix of residential and commercial space at 25 Pickering Pl., just east of the Via Rail terminal and the Tremblay LRT station. 
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.