Spaces, a co-working firm, plans to open 15 more locations in Canada in the next two years. Its newest location in Toronto is 127,158 square feet, making it the company's largest location in North America.
After winning gold in 2017, the REMI Network is again a Canadian Online Publishing Award finalist for Best Trade Media Website.
Partners Real Estate Investment Trust (Partners REIT) announced today that it has agreed to sell nine of its 10 properties in Western Canada.
The Manitoba government has announced it will provide up to $11.95 million in tax increment financing (TIF) to support the development of True North Square public plaza in downtown Winnipeg.
REITs hold more than 5,500 properties in the area flagged for storm surge and other severe weather fallout.
Microsoft Canada announced plans for a new headquarters located in Toronto. Comprising 132,000 square feet over four floors of the building, located at 81 Bay Street, construction is well underway with occupancy expected for September 2020.
REALPAC is calling on the new administration at Queen's Park to revisit Ontario's inclusionary zoning regulation.
The commercial real estate services firm, Colliers International has announced the acquisition of Landmark Properties, an asset advisory services and real estate management firm based in Quebec.
On track with its commitment to renewable energy, IKEA Canada announced over 5,000 solar panels are being installed on its stores in Edmonton and Calgary.
Marcus & Millichap has announced its expansion into Montreal with the acquisition of the commercial real estate investment sales firm, McGill Commercial.
Antonio Bellano has joined Avison Young as a principal and practice leader, BC, project management. He will focus on expanding the firm's services.
Oxford Properties Group's $90-million makeover of Hillcrest Mall, a BOMA Best gold certified regional shopping centre in Richmond Hill, Ont., is now complete.
Since the first two listings in 1993, investors can now look to 44 REITs with a collective market capitalization of $62 billion.
The City of Edmonton has launched the Corporate Climate Leaders Program, a new initiative for businesses concerned about climate change.
The Ontario Energy Board must provide direction before the levy can be removed from natural gas bills.
The mayors of Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver are among leaders of 19 major world cities aspiring for net zero carbon emissions across their urban building portfolios by 2050.
Brookfield Property Partners has now completed the USD $15-billion deal, begun more than nine months ago.