We were delighted to be asked to contribute to this Ottawa Business Journal article about our people-first strategy and why we chose to work with Stratford Managers to help develop and implement it.
The imminent widening of Hwy 7 to 4 lanes, from Kanata to nearby Carleton Place, signaled significant residential growth and the accompanying need for greater retail services.
Very little had been done to improve or upgrade the property since it was built in the late 1980s. With a number of leases about to expire, including those held by some large tenants, occupancy was going to drop by 60 percent.
Opportunity As Ottawa’s booming residential growth continues to expand into more rural areas, the charming Village of Richmond, located just…
Across North America, the retail landscape is rapidly changing and many community and regional shopping centres are reverting back to a self-sustaining community hub model.
Construction management services worked closely with the tenant and leasing teams to develop a four-phase construction program. This involved taking back the tenant’s space in
stages, each stage being independent of the other.
Property management aligned with ownership to manage single tenant industrial asset with an upcoming lease expiration. The asset strategy for this property included non-renewal of the tenant and putting the property on the market for sale to a potential owner occupier. In order to maximize the value of the property, strategic reinstatement of the asset was needed.
Opportunity In 2008, Investors Group retained Colonnade BridgePort to reposition and “resurrect” a 60,566 sq. ft. retail centre that was…
Colonnade BridgePort in partnership with Fiera Real Estate is proud to introduce 3026 Solandt – a 100,000 square foot modern office building positioned prominently on the corner of March and Solandt in the heart of the Kanata tech sector.
Kemptville Colonnade was a 90-acre industrial parcel in Kemptville, Ontario which was rezoned and redeveloped to meet the needs of a grossly underserved retail market.