RFP for the 2020 Tulip Festival Concessions

Tender period will be open for 3 weeks, starting Monday February 24th and closing on Monday March 16th. The National Capital Commission is seeking interested proponents to operate food trailers […]

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Request for Proposals, Rideau Canal Skate Way Food Vendors 2019 – 2022

Ottawa is home to the largest naturally frozen skating rink in the world, as designated by Guinness World Records. Each year, from roughly January to late February or early March, […]


East Ottawa Landlord Reaps the Benefits of Full Service Property Management

Commercial real estate is an investment that requires active property management and expertise in multiple fields including: accounting, day-to-day operations, leasing, construction and project management, in order to maximize returns. […]

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Considering Leasing Office Space? Read this.

There’s so much to consider when you’re looking at leasing office space. To help, we’ve put together the list of 10 things you should factor in to your decision.  

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6 Reasons Local Businesses LOVE the ByWard Market

When people think of Ottawa, they usually talk about the ByWard Market, it’s become synonymous with having a good time in the capital. An area attracting over 50,000 visitors per […]

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A Snapshot of Ottawa : Business Perspective

Ottawa is increasingly becoming a high-tech hub, and remains the centre for federal government departments and adjacent industries. With the growing number of companies selecting Ottawa as their HQ, we thought it […]

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The NCC’s International Pavilion

7 Clarence street was in such bad condition it had to be demolished, but under the leadership of the NCC; community stakeholders, heritage specialists and other experts came together for […]

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405-439 St. Laurent Boulevard Shows Strong Real Estate Value

Late last week, the 2-storey retail-office plaza on St. Laurent Boulevard near Montreal Road sold for $5.25 Million, up substantially from the $2.2 Million paid for the property in 2006. […]

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Inspiration Village 2017

This summer, for 15 weeks, the ByWard Market will be hosting the pop-up styled: Inspiration Village. Exhibits, performances, shops and activities will be open to the public with Canadian creativity […]

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Even More Strong Commercial Real Estate Returns in Ottawa

The largest retail transaction in Ottawa to date in 2017 was the late-April sale of the LCBO store on Rideau Street at King Edward Avenue. Purpose-built for the LCBO back […]

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Strong Commercial Real Estate Returns in Ottawa Continue…

Yet another sale of commercial real estate in Ottawa demonstrates the high return potential in the region. This time it was the early April sale of 237 Montreal Road for […]

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Strong Commercial Real Estate Returns in Ottawa

There has been a strong trend of high returns in short amounts of time on commercial real estate within the Ottawa area. One such transactions so far in 2017 is the […]

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Dominos Pizza Opens at 464 Bank Street

Inside Edge Properties along with Ottawa’s Centretown community would like to welcome Dominos Pizza who recently opened their doors at 464 Bank Street. We’re looking forward to dropping in for […]

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IEP Welcomes Baseball Town to 464 Bank Street

Batter up! Baseball Town has just opened its doors on 464 Bank Street to offer Ottawa a wide selection of baseball related brands. Whether you are in the market for […]


Openings in Ottawa (Part 2/2)

  Concluding the article on Recent Closings in Ottawa, posted earlier this week, here are the most recent openings. It seems there has been a trend in the Nations Capital […]

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Recent Closings in Ottawa (Part 1/2)

There is some disappointing news from Ottawa as 5 businesses were not able to get through January in Ottawa, and closed their doors permanently. Stay tuned for part 2/2 however, […]


Royal Canadian Geographical Society Goes Public

The building formerly known as Canada and the World Pavilion was created to showcase Canada’s role on the international stage. Now, after standing empty for almost 11 years, it will […]


Developers are shifting gears

Shopping for a condo in Ottawa used to be like visiting the buffet table, there was a long line of people waiting to choose from an impressive array of choices. […]

Welcoming Three Tarts Bakeshop to 464 Bank Street

Welcoming Three Tarts Bakeshop to 464 Bank Street

Congratulations to Three Tarts Bakeshop for opening their new location at 464 Bank Street.  If you haven’t yet had the opportunity to try their legendary pastries from their old location […]


Inside Edge Properties Brings Home Tallis Realty Brokerage

“The only real change our clients will notice is the sign on the wall,” says Taylor Hunter, a principal with Inside Edge Properties. “Tallis Realty has always been our brokerage […]

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Green Real Estate

Going green is becoming increasingly attractive to building owners and managers When trying to “go green”, it’s easy to grab the low-hanging fruit. Updated technologies and products, however, are now […]


It’s Time to Invest in Canada

Despite the low cost of oil and the basement-dwelling Canadian dollar, the smart money is investing in Canada.   If you’ve been to one of Canada’s major tourist destinations recently, […]

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Is a Negative Bank Rate the Answer?

Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz says he may consider following other nations into subzero bank-rate territory should we face an economic crisis. Would that strategy work? We’re not sure it would […]


PPPs: Our future depends on them

Under the right conditions, public-private partnerships can be a win for everyone. But only if the right projects are chosen and they are managed properly. When it comes to public-private […]

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Is a Liberal majority good news for the commercial real estate sector in Ottawa?

As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau moves back to his childhood home at 24 Sussex Drive, those of us in Ottawa’s commercial real estate business are asking ourselves a simple question: […]

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Recognizing real estate investment opportunities and creating value

In a little less than two years, Inside Edge Properties and Tallis Realty have combined to become a real force within the real estate sector in Ottawa. And they are […]

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Building the Future, Protecting the Past

You can redevelop a site with heritage value into something that satisfies both investors and those who seek to protect its heritage.   “Adaptive reuse capacity.” In the land-development business, […]