In its Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2019 survey, professional services firm PwC found that Ottawa respondents were among the most bullish in ranking their city in terms of economic strength, investor demand, access to capital, development opportunities, public and pr...

Holloway Lodging has already demolished the eight-storey portion of the hotel and is looking to replace the remaining guest rooms and conference centre with a trio of towers facing Carling Avenue ranging in height from 20 to 22 storeys that contain some retail space at...

City councillors on Ottawa's planning committee will vote next week on a plan to replace the Travelodge Hotel on Carling Avenue with a highrise development that would include three buildings taller than 20 storeys.

The demand for Canada’s commercial and industrial properties is such that their absorption rates have begun mirroring the trends in the red-hot housing markets – and this development is especially apparent in Toronto, according to a new report by real estate services a...

The Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area suffers from scarcity of “missing middle” housing, and the Toronto Real Estate Board fears unsustainable price growth will ensue if the problem isn’t rectified.

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