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Ottawa Celebrates Canada Day 2014

Ottawa is Canada’s capital city, and it’s the place to be for Canada Day festivities! Visitors come to the city from across the country to celebrate Canada in the nation’s capital. Whether you’re looking for an afternoon of family fun, a day in the city with your friends, or a night out on the town, […]

A Downtown Addition to Ottawa Condo Growth

Ottawa has seen some significant condo growth in recent months, with new highrise towers and community-style complexes being built throughout the city. Whether you’d prefer to live in a trendy urban neighbourhood like Westboro, Little Italy, or Centretown, or you’d rather live in a more residential area like New Edinburgh or Alta Vista, Ottawa’s wide […]

Your Home in the Glebe

The Glebe is a quirky and eclectic neighbourhood located on and around Bank St. south of the 417 highway.  Grabbing a delicious Pumpkin Spice Latte and browsing through the adorable shops is a perfect way to spend a crisp autumn day. As a resident of the Sandy Hill community, my trips to the Glebe always […]

Centretown: An Overview

When deciding where to live, a number of criteria need to be met. In Centretown this criteria is not only met, but also surpassed. Students and young people looking to rent or buy a home are often influenced mainly by two issues. These are location and cost. If location is the biggest issue then Centretown […]

Luxury Condos Not Selling

While Ottawa, in general, has been consumed by the recent condo fervor that has taken over the city and the area from Rideau Street to Bank Street and over to Richmond Road, higher prices residences are not selling as fast. Penthouses and other condominiums prices over $750,000 are moving at a much slower pace than […]

Bank Street Condos Cancel Purchase Contracts

In an upsetting move, the Bank Street condominium project has cancelled agreements for their much-delayed eco-building. Homeowners who previously negotiated on terms, some up to five years earlier, are finding that their contracts are no longer valid. EcoCite Development, the company in charge of the venture, has some excessive financial obstacles that it is trying […]