Tenant Relations

FourFifty The Well

Art at the heart of FourFifty The Well

From its dramatic curb appeal to its sophisticated art-centric interior, RioCan Living has created a unique experience at FourFifty The Well in Toronto.
renovictions

Clamping down on renovictions

Hamilton will soon be the first city in Ontario to introduce a renoviction bylaw forcing landlords to obtain a licence prior to issuing an N-13

Maintaining a safe property through winter

Residential property managers need to be extra vigilant this time of year to ensure their buildings are safe and properly maintained.
human rights

Human rights obligations in rental housing

Kristen A Ley of Cohen Highley Lawyers provides tips and insights for rental housing professionals on navigating human rights obligations using the new HRBA framework.
Gen Z tenants

Appealing to Gen Z tenants

Long-term renting is now seen as a viable alternative to homeownership, particularly among millennials and Gen Z tenants.
student housing

Canada’s student housing pipeline

With skyrocketing rents and demand outstripping supply, the inability for many to find suitable, affordable student housing has dominated recent headlines.
wildfires

B.C. wildfires force thousands to evacuate

As wildfires spread at an alarming rate, the B.C. government is urging citizens, including multi-unit tenants and property owners, to take precaution.
amenities

Must-have amenities for young professionals

Lee Galka Director of Business Development at Accora Village, shares seven ways to ensure your rental community stands out with the right amenities Gen Z'ers want.
St. Lawrence Market

Toronto’s legacy of inclusive city-building

As the city of Toronto accelerates efforts to address housing affordability, inclusivity and the barriers inhibiting rapid housing development were top of mind at the Urban Land Institute’s Spring Meeting.
Cooling deemed key amenity for Ontario renters

Cooling deemed key amenity for Ontario renters

Conceptually, the proposed rules establish air conditioning as a protected option that tenants cannot be prevented from obtaining rather than an essential that landlords would be compelled to supply.

Social and affordable housing in Canada

With the national vacancy rate hovering at 2.5 percent, bringing more social and affordable rental housing to market is on every government's agenda.
Figure3 the Parker

Putting comfort, convenience and community first

At design firm Figure3, understanding the values and attributes of the neighbourhood is a critical part of the design process.
wellness srtategies

Winter health & wellness strategies

To arm high-density building residents against the known mental health consequences of winter, Hazelview Properties launched “Wellness Strategies for Wintertime” in late 2022.
For Affordable

Working together for affordable housing

On a mission to provide clarity and solutions to Canada's affordable housing crisis, five large residential REITs launched ForAffordable.ca.

‘Tis the season for slip and fall claims

Failing to take the necessary steps to prevent slip and fall accidents can lead to costly litigation and mar the reputation of a building and its management.

Solving Toronto’s housing supply issues

As the election nears, four Toronto mayoral candidates shed light on the policies they believe will help solve the city's housing supply and affordabiity issues.
safest cities

One-time renter payment coming to Canada

Inside the federal government's plan to provide a one-time renter payment of $500 to low-income Canadians struggling to pay their rent.