A panel discussion at the Real Estate Strategy & Leasing Conference in Toronto this year examined how technology is changing asset management.
Companies insisting on results-based design decisions will achieve better workspace transformations to support their corporate culture and values.
Lighting design can make a big difference in the safety and security of a condominium.
Creative programming can add value to office buildings in an increasingly competitive leasing environment.
The Canadian commercial real estate industry gathered in the Fairmont Royal York Hotel in downtown Toronto last night for the BOMA Canada National Awards.
The CaGBC is working to spearhead the next evolution of green building with the launch of its Zero Carbon Building Standard.
The redevelopment of an iconic Kitchener building will preserve heritage elements and transform the space to meet the needs of a modern office user.
Provincial authorities are preparing to introduce requirements relating to sound transmission due to deficiencies that could cut down on noise complaints.
The window walls commonly used to enclose condos have improved, addressing issues associated with past generations of the cladding, finds a new analysis.
UBC is breaking down barriers with Ponderosa Commons, the first of five mixed-use residences designed to activate the commuter campus year-round.
Toronto is North America’s fastest growing tech market, outpacing New York and San Francisco combined.
The Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation is poised to become a teaching tool for current and future building professionals alike.
A new $200-million hotel-office-condo-multifamily development officially broke ground in downtown Montreal last week.
With the development of the York Recreation Centre, the City of Toronto is serving a previously underserved community by using a previously underused site.
Discovering asbestos can be overwhelming for many as it is often associated with a decrease in property value or a large price tag.
A few years ago, an aging mall in Midland, Ontario, was left struggling like many enclosed shopping centres across Canada.
The conversation around building health and wellness and thermal comfort is not new in the building industry, but now tenants are beginning to acknowledge these