The Properties Group Ltd. has announced the hiring of David Cordick as Manager, Property Management. Cordick brings more than 35 years of commercial and residential property management experience serving public and private sector clients. His extensive experience in the real estate industry includes leasing, project management, financial management and facilities/property management.Leading the Property Management team, Cordick is responsible for full-scale management and maintenance of more than 80 properties located in Ontario, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. The Properties Group manages a growing portfolio of commercial and residential properties and uses cutting-edge commercial real estate trends and techniques to be at the forefront of development, leasing, asset management, and syndication. The organization offers its clients and investors an array of services in acquisition, management, and investments. For more information on The Properties Group contact us by phone at (613) 237-2425 or email at email@example.com.
Source: http://www.gatineau2017.caJuly - September 2017 (exact dates TBA) Step into the future with Kontinuum, an underground virtual multimedia experience that will be projected in one of Ottawa's future light rail transit stations. This experience will not only be the first in the world but also builds innovative anticipation for the new transportation system in the nationals capital. To make this even better, the whole experience will be free and open to the public for everyone to enjoy. We're excited for this one! MOSAÏCANADA 150
Source: http://www.gatineau2017.caJune 30th - October 15th 2017 Another milestone event for Canada, MOSAÏCANADA will be hosting the biggest ever Canadian horticulture event at Jacques -Cartier Park in Gatineau, featuring mind blowing artworks and sculptures of plants and creative living. The theme will reflect 150 years of all things Canada, including art, history, and culture. La Machine
Source: vimeoJuly 27th - July 30th Making its debut in Canada, La Machine will be captivating downtown Ottawa in a show titled "The Spirit of the Dragon Horse, With Stolen Wings". Get excited to be blown away by creativity while following their journey, the show will be held for 24 hours a day over the course of 4 days. Red Bull Global Rallycross
Source: vimeoJune 17th - June 18th 2017 For the first time in history, Red Bull Global Rallycross will be taking place in Ottawa at the Canadian Aviation and Space Museum. The event will be held on the grounds of the Rockcliffe Airport and will feature 600 horsepower Supercars reaching top speed for jam packed entertainment. Tickets start at $75, buy yours here . This is only a fraction of what we have to look forward too in Ottawa this year! For a full list of events, click here.
Spring is finally here and businesses are beginning to flourish and more and more new residents are preparing to call Ottawa home. From urban living to rural comfort, Ottawa is a diverse city that has something to offer for everyone. Whether you are looking to start a new business, or thinking of making the move to the nations capital, here is a guide to popular Ottawa neighbourhoods we all know and love.Byward Market
When people visit the nation’s capital, the Byward Market is the number one destination at the top of their list. With a diverse selection of activities including dining at one of over 120 restaurants, shopping, arts and lively entertainment, “the Market”, as Ottawans call it, has something to offer for everyone. The Market has seen a rapid growth in residential efforts over the years and is considered the commercial, industrial and residential hub of Ottawa.Sandy Hill
Located east of the Byward Market, Sandy Hill has a good selection of residential and commercial property being one of the oldest neighborhoods in the capital. The area is commonly known as being a stomping ground for young University students due to its close proximity to the University of Ottawa and the downtown Ottawa nightlife. This area is filled with heritage homes and is in walking distance to national monuments, historical sites, and the Rideau Canal, which means no worrying about what to do with your days off!Nepean
Nepean is home to a community of 125,000 and growing and offers a variety of property types for any demographic. An ideal location for government workers and families, Nepean is a very short commute to the downtown core and is surrounded by a large number of schools within the neighborhood ranging from English to French, public, private, Catholic and non-religious private schools. The diversity in the Nepean neighborhood opens countless opportunities for both commercial and residential leasing due to its diversity and size.Centretown
Ottawa’s Centertown is occupied by Gloucester, Lisgar, Bronson Avenue, the Queensway and the Rideau Canal. Centertown is marked by a mix of residential and commercial properties while occupying some of the busiest streets in the city including Bank, Elgin, and Little Italy and is home to an array of Ottawa hotspots such as restaurants and boutique shops, making this a perfect location for new businesses flourish.The Glebe
One of Ottawa’s first suburbs, The Glebe has seen an incredible transformation over the years. Today, it is one of Ottawa’s trendiest upscale neighborhoods and features a stretch of vibrant restaurants and thriving businesses all while being accessible by foot if you live in the surrounding neighborhoods. The Glebe is known for its incredible modern charm and is ideal for those raising families or the upwardly young professionals.Check out our current commercial and residential listing in these popular Ottawa neighbourhoods here.