Professional property managers – both commercial and residential – are invaluable in the complex process of transitioning a property under development (PUD) into an income-producing property (IPP). Their involvement is pivotal in ensuring that the transformation is not only seamless but also sets the stage for the property’s sustainable profitability.
Colonnade BridgePort is now a proud member of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) – a nonprofit organization that supports the development of prosperous, healthy and resilient communities through the transformation of the built environment. Through its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) green building program, USGBC is committed to transforming how our buildings and communities are designed, constructed and operated, enabling an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy, and prosperous environment that improves quality of life.
Colonnade BridgePort is pleased to welcome 888 Meadowlands to its portfolio of managed assets.
Colonnade BridgePort is responsible for both the property management and leasing of this 43,500 sq.ft. privately-owned plaza located at the corner of Meadowlands and Prince of Wales Drives.
“It’s no secret buildings are a major contributor of carbon emissions and reducing this impact is increasing in priority across the real estate industry,” says Director, Commercial Property Management Lynn Heaston. “We applaud BOMA for driving market transformation in this area and for helping to change the future of the built environment.”
Colonnade BridgePort has filed an Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment with the City of Ottawa to increase density at 2000 City Park Drive. The application supports the development of a master planned community featuring over one million square feet of residential density. With upwards of 1,200 units across five high-rise towers, the project will make a significant impact in addressing the city’s need for housing.
LED lighting has revolutionized the way spaces are lit, and within the context of commercial real estate, the benefits have many landlords opting for LED retrofits at their properties. In this article, we discuss how LED retrofits can support ESG objectives, as well as provide examples of the cost benefits achieved at two Colonnade BridgePort managed properties.
Enriching Spaces Through Art: The Community Impact of Art Programs in Commercial and Residential Buildings
Art is not just a form of expression—it’s a powerful tool for community building and cultural exchange. Commercial art programs that spotlight local artists are playing a key role in both commercial and residential properties, transforming them into vibrant places that foster community, promote local talent, and contribute to the overall well-being of residents and tenants.
As part of our title sponsorship of Habitat for Humanity Greater Ottawa’s Women Build initiative – a fundraising program that gives women the chance to empower themselves and others by raising money and building homes for future Habitat families – 10 employee volunteers recently participated in a Women Build Day at Habitat’s newest development site – Kemptville Korners.
Ottawa, ON (April 24, 2023) — Today, Colonnade BridgePort, a leading full-service real estate investment and management company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Blair as the Managing Partner of Colonnade BridgePort’s investment and fund management business.
Colonnade BridgePort is pleased to have been awarded the property management mandate for TCU Development Corporation‘s new residential community Capital Park, located just east of Ottawa’s downtown in Robinson Village. Neighbouring the University of Ottawa, Capital Park offers quick access to bus and light-rail transit and is only minutes away from downtown, the Rideau River, […]