The Avison Young Ottawa office provides commercial real estate services to property owners, investors and occupiers
Avison Young is one of the top providers of integrated commercial real estate services in Ottawa. Our commercial real estate advisors offer full market coverage to best serve our clients regardless of location. Avison Young offers a diverse group of senior real estate professionals who possess substantial bench strength in tenant representation, small investment-sale mandates and development land acquisition and dispositions.
Avison Young is grounded on a unique foundation of partnership. Our Principals are both the owners and configure and re-shape our team and expertise around your business demands, ensuring that your commercial real estate needs will always be met.
Pair our commercial real estate experts’ critical market knowledge with industry-leading technology and gain solutions carefully tailored to create your unique competitive advantage.
Ottawa commercial real estate services
Avison Young’s brokerage team in Ottawa has consistently completed major leasing and investment sales transactions across all asset types. We’ve worked on the behalf of tenants, landlords, investors, vendors and buyers alike, including many large national and international corporate clients.
Whether you are an owner, investor, occupier or developer, we deliver results aligned with your strategic business objectives. Our Ottawa commercial real estate advisors are here to support your initiatives, add value, and build a competitive advantage for your organization.
Search Avison Young’s Ottawa commercial real estate listings for sale and lease to find the right commercial property for you. Our investment and leasing opportunities include office, industrial, warehouse, retail, multifamily and hospitality properties. We also offer specialized spaces for healthcare, automotive, self-storage and more.
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To realize gains and satisfy investors, vendors seeking liquidity for the rest of the year will need to be creative with second mortgage vendor take back (VTB) at preferred interest rates. Reducing ambitions to a more moderate approach will be needed to get deals to close in the current interest environment.
As the office market continues to struggle, savvy office tenants may have noticed fewer asking rental rates are publicly posted, while the phrase "speak to the agent" has become the norm. Along with added incentives, tenants are looking for more favourable lease clauses as the industry standards are being challenged. Generous rental incentive packages aimed at maintaining posted net rents are no longer enough. The pressure to lease is causing net rent declines in all classes.