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La Renaissance, in Beechwood Village is a sophisticated condo residence located within walking distance to shops and cafes and also to the walking trails beside the Rideau River. This condo unit is beaming with natural light & located on the peaceful, quiet north side of the building.

This is the condo many are people are waiting for. Well maintained building with newer windows. Spectacular renovations featuring open concept main floor with sparkling, natural maple flooring unifying living, dining rooms & kitchen areas. The Chef’s kitchen showcases woodwork cabinetry & generous garnet coloured GRANITE COUNTERS, 4 stainless, neewer appliances. I love the large surface island for chopping and serving or sitting and entertaining. There is a feeling of wonderful open space with plenty of pot lighting in the living areas. Notice the wine racks beside the island! Under-mount sink & valence lighting are a bonus; so easy for counter top tasks.

TWO Upgraded Bathrooms each boast newer tile work, stainless & glass shower unit, a soaker tub to relax, Custom bathroom cabinets & storage towers. Best of all, enjoy the in unit LAUNDRY facilities seldom found in mature condos. The central wall mount AIR CONDITIONING is ready for summer fun. Enjoy the 21 foot balcony with 2 X 6 cedar decking. Enjoy the spectacular village view. Hurry!

Some details about expenses: Electrical expenses average $84 and condo fees are $495 monthly. Fees include Building Insurance, Amenities, Caretaker, Management Fee, Water/Sewer as well as the customary condo building maintenance agreement. Call and ask about vehicle parking spot. Condo living makes world travel and summer cottage living practical. Hurry this is a wonderfully presented unit!

There is of course underground parking and plenty of visitor spaces to the east of the building. But why have a car when walking to Beechwood Ave for your needs is so convenient? The building features a large terrace around the south side and the north side has a unique grand ramp to the entry lobby. I like the generous lobby foyer for waiting guests. High ceilings and special lighting effects provide a hotel like feeling similar to the Chateau Laurier Hotel entrance. There is a lovely large pool on the lower level. Saunas, a work room for carpentry projects and a party room for the Christmas events or meetings through out the year. La Renaissance has features newer condo buildings in the area can not match due to the high cost of new construction. Take advantage of this offering with all the renovations all complete and ready to enjoy. Hurry!

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This Ontario Manor Has More Rooms Than You Could Use & Costs Under $1 Million (PHOTOS)





It turns out that some Ontario family homes are basically mini-mansions.

This Ontario house for sale comes with more rooms than you’ll ever probably need, and it will cost you less than a small Toronto home would.

The house is in Milverton, Ontario, which is a short drive away from Kitchener.

The listing was built in 1910 and has a ton of rooms, plus it sits on over an acre of land.

There are 12 rooms in all, but that doesn’t include the attic and fully renovated garage.

With that much space comes some pretty unique features, like this amazing vintage safe that’s hidden away in the house.

The house’s turret also lends itself to some unique interior room shapes as well.

There are five bedrooms, which will come in handy when you can have friends and family stay at your place again.

Outside of the house, the barn/garage comes with its own spacious interior.

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8 Of The Cheapest Homes You Can Get Around Ottawa (PHOTOS)





Not all houses in the National Capital Region come with an enormous price tag. Luckily, there are still some affordable homes for sale around Ottawa if you’re on a tight budget.

The average price of a home in Ottawa is $591,413, according to Zoocasa. But if you’re willing to look outside of the city, you can find much cheaper options.

Here are eight incredible places to live that will make you eager to pack up your stuff and move, including one home with a pool.

Five-Bedroom Home

Price: $299,900

Address: 981 Dianne Ave., Rockland, ON

Description: If you crave a separate space for your home office, this five-bedroom home with a garage has tons of room.

Constance Lake Retreat

Price: $260,000

Address: 168 Constance Lake Rd., Ottawa, ON

Description: While living here, you can enjoy swimming in the pool and the picturesque lake view.

Two-Bedroom Duplex

Price: $259,900

Address: 138 Rue Archambault, Gatineau, QC

Description: This duplex has so much potential and is only a short drive from restaurants and stores.

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It’s a renters’ market for businesses that believe the office will make a comeback post-pandemic





Empty offices left behind by newly minted remote workers and other upheaval caused by the pandemic have begun to show up on the rental market, and it’s presenting some prospective tenants with opportunities they couldn’t have imagined prior to COVID-19.

“They’re getting the red carpet rolled out,” said Darren Fleming, an Ottawa-based commercial real estate broker.

It’s almost a year into the pandemic, and Fleming and his team at Real Strategy Advisors are seeing companies that were on the fence about what to do with office space that’s been sitting empty now starting to downsize.

“It’s to either get rid of about half their space or go [fully] virtual,” said Fleming, the firm’s CEO.

That’s an even bigger shift than he expected just six months ago, when he estimated clients would shed about 25 per cent of their space.

But for those clients who are looking for new space, Fleming says they have an “unparalleled amount of choice” and the potential to land incentives such as free rent for one year.

“If you’re a tenant looking for space right now, there’s a whole lot of people who don’t have a lot of alternatives to rent to,” he said.

Michael McNaught and his growing team at RVezy, an RV rental marketplace company, are prospective tenants seeing the market change first-hand.

In March 2020, McNaught was about to sign a lease for new office space in Ottawa, but then the pandemic hit. RVezy sent all of its staff home to work remotely and put the lease-signing on hold.

Since then, RVezy’s business has doubled and its workforce has nearly tripled from about 20 employees at the start of 2020 to 55 now, with plans to keep hiring.

“We just happened to be one of the fortunate businesses that was well suited during this pandemic,” McNaught, the company’s co-founder, said.

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