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Huntington Properties is a full-service commercial real estate company. We create and manage the space that helps you drive growth and take your business to the next level. 

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Leasing

Make a great business move to one of our 35 fully-managed office, industrial, and retail properties for lease in some of the city’s most attractive business locations.

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Construction & Development

Whether it’s a new build, retrofit, or customization, we build quality from the ground up. Our team will manage all aspects of construction to customize a property to your specifications.

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Property Management

You focus on your business; we do the real estate. Count on our property management team for prompt service and consistently smooth operations.

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"Huntington was successful in making the vision we had for our workplace into a reality. I have been pleased with their diligence and professionalism throughout the leasing, construction and ongoing management of the building."

Kim Butler, CEO, CENX

Our Work

318 - 320 Richmond Road, Ottawa

Huntington purchased this asset in the heart of Westboro and proceeded to “reinvent” the property to enhance the building both structurally and cosmetically. Working within the limitations of the Westboro streetscape, a new façade was envisioned, creating an opportunity to create more appealing street frontage for the retail tenants and open up the second floor office to allow more natural light into the space through full height windows. A robust fitup crafted a modernized mixed use building that created significant value through its transformation.

Huntington purchased this asset in the heart of Westboro and proceeded to “reinvent” the property to enhance the building both structurally and cosmetically. Working within the limitations of the Westboro streetscape, a new façade was envisioned, creating an opportunity to create more appealing street frontage for the retail tenants and open up the second floor office to allow more natural light into the space through full height windows. A robust fitup crafted a modernized mixed use building that created significant value through its transformation.

1306 Wellington Street West, Ottawa

A classic example of concrete Brutalist architecture, 1306 Wellington was acquired as a partially vacant office building in need of major TLC. Having the “bones” of an excellent redevelopment opportunity, the internal infrastructure was fully retrofitted to include a modernized elevator, a new whole-building HVAC system, as entirely new lobby and common area cosmetic enhancements. Additionally, new cementitious cladding was added on the ground floor to enhance the street presence and correspond with the design requirements of the ground floor tenant. 80% of the ground and upper floor office spaces were completely renovated and, in many cases, stripped back to the concrete core shell to present a modern office space designed around a warm concrete, glass and wood theme. This creates a strong demand for the space from the business that demands a upscale theme for their office space in a core location. The overall presentation of the finished product has added significant value to the asset and ensures an asset with little vacancy risk.

A classic example of concrete Brutalist architecture, 1306 Wellington was acquired as a partially vacant office building in need of major TLC. Having the “bones” of an excellent redevelopment opportunity, the internal infrastructure was fully retrofitted to include a modernized elevator, a new whole-building HVAC system, as entirely new lobby and common area cosmetic enhancements. Additionally, new cementitious cladding was added on the ground floor to enhance the street presence and correspond with the design requirements of the ground floor tenant. 80% of the ground and upper floor office spaces were completely renovated and, in many cases, stripped back to the concrete core shell to present a modern office space designed around a warm concrete, glass and wood theme. This creates a strong demand for the space from the business that demands a upscale theme for their office space in a core location. The overall presentation of the finished product has added significant value to the asset and ensures an asset with little vacancy risk.

396 Cooper Street, Ottawa

Acquired in 2011, this 50-year-old building has been subject to several mediocre renovations over the years. The acquisition strategy for this core asset began with a vision of transformation from a derelict, Class C building asset to a modernized high-end Class B mixed-use retail & office building. Anchored by two National brand tenancies, which were retained through the construction process, Huntington forged a plan to completely transform the upper three stories of office space and the entire exterior skin of the building. The building was stripped down to the steel shell and built back up with a high energy efficient skin. New argon filled window glazing was added, along with spray-foam infused walls and an ultra-efficient, Variable-Refrigerant Flow HVAC system. In addition, a 98% efficient, whole building, heat-recovery Ventilator was added. A new lobby, with an entrance separate from the retail tenancies on the ground floor was constructed. The resulting product is an energy efficient, mixed-use building with significantly reduced operating costs compared to similar buildings in the downtown Ottawa core.

Acquired in 2011, this 50-year-old building has been subject to several mediocre renovations over the years. The acquisition strategy for this core asset began with a vision of transformation from a derelict, Class C building asset to a modernized high-end Class B mixed-use retail & office building. Anchored by two National brand tenancies, which were retained through the construction process, Huntington forged a plan to completely transform the upper three stories of office space and the entire exterior skin of the building. The building was stripped down to the steel shell and built back up with a high energy efficient skin. New argon filled window glazing was added, along with spray-foam infused walls and an ultra-efficient, Variable-Refrigerant Flow HVAC system. In addition, a 98% efficient, whole building, heat-recovery Ventilator was added. A new lobby, with an entrance separate from the retail tenancies on the ground floor was constructed. The resulting product is an energy efficient, mixed-use building with significantly reduced operating costs compared to similar buildings in the downtown Ottawa core.

1120 Morrison Drive, Ottawa

This mixed-use, Industrial & Office building was previous home to an owner-managed industrial equipment supply company. Acquired through a sale-leaseback transaction, Huntington put together a plan to significantly renovate the building in a series of stages, working around the existing tenancies, while significantly upgrading the building infrastructure. New exterior walls and parapets were constructed on the façade adjacent to the Queensway, a 400-series highway running through the City of Ottawa. Coupled with cosmetic alterations to the rest of the entire building, this provided for enhanced signage opportunities for the resident tenants. A new, modern, 2-storey lobby that serves as the primary entrance was constructed. A major retrofit modified the sub-grade space from a industrial print shop to a modernized dance studio. The fire-alarm monitoring system was replaced and new electrical infrastructure was added. The transformation brought to life a building that was approaching the end of it’s operating life cycle.

This mixed-use, Industrial & Office building was previous home to an owner-managed industrial equipment supply company. Acquired through a sale-leaseback transaction, Huntington put together a plan to significantly renovate the building in a series of stages, working around the existing tenancies, while significantly upgrading the building infrastructure. New exterior walls and parapets were constructed on the façade adjacent to the Queensway, a 400-series highway running through the City of Ottawa. Coupled with cosmetic alterations to the rest of the entire building, this provided for enhanced signage opportunities for the resident tenants. A new, modern, 2-storey lobby that serves as the primary entrance was constructed. A major retrofit modified the sub-grade space from a industrial print shop to a modernized dance studio. The fire-alarm monitoring system was replaced and new electrical infrastructure was added. The transformation brought to life a building that was approaching the end of it’s operating life cycle.