The first pieces of an envisioned 130-acre new mixed-use community adjoining Mississauga's Square One Shopping Centre should be underway later this year.
Manulife Investment Management is undertaking a $30 million redevelopment of Manulife Place in the heart of Edmonton's downtown core.
Less than half of companies in Canada provide work-from-anywhere options for their employees, according to a new survey .
Canada's major office and industrial markets present a more uneven picture to brokers and analysts in this country than their contemporaries in the United States see when contemplating 2020 prospects south of the border.
BOMI Education Canada is the newly launched delivery agent for training and designations for commercial property professionals, assuming the role the Building Owners and Managers Institute of Canada previously fulfilled.
Analysts foresee relatively static office vacancy and rental rates over the coming year, while industrial market dynamics are expected to be similarly consistent and optimistic.
Vancouver’s Gateway Casinos & Entertainment Limited has agreed to merge with Leisure Acquisition Corp. The deal is valued at C$1.5B.
Mark Gifford has been named the Real Estate Foundation of BC (REFBC)’s new chief executive officer, taking over for longtime CEO Jack Wong.
Grouse Mountain Resort in North Vancouver has been purchased by Northland Properties Corp from CM (Canada) Asset Management Co. Ltd.
As of January 1, developers will no longer have to meet a challenging standard for the comprehensibility of voice communications systems, and they can take an alternative approach to calculating sound transmission between dwelling units.
SmartCentres and Penguin have teamed up on a 15.48 acre site next to the Vaughn Metropolitan Centre.
A team of toxicologists at the University of Saskatchewan have discovered that chemicals used in smartphone and computer displays are potentially toxic.
Toronto will be welcoming its very own Hudson Hotel, already a familiar brand for New York City tourists and locals.
Expressly stated requirements for rainwater harvesting should simplify protocol for attaining permits and would align with the National Plumbing Code's water efficiency objective.
Allied Properties is purchasing a mixed-use complex in Montreal for $276 million.
The Squamish Nation has voted to move forward with a development under the Vancouver Burrard Street Bridge in partnership with Wesbank Projects Corp.
Lenders to the Canadian commercial real estate industry aren't losing much sleep over their allocations to the multifamily asset class, as just 2.2 per cent of recent survey respondents report concerns about its prospects.