The Toronto Central YMCA has received the Prix du XXe siècle, an award that recognizes outstanding contribution to Canadian architecture.
Insatiable demand for industrial space in Canada continues to outpace supply and drive rents higher, according to a new report from Avison Young.
On a square footage basis, more than 50 per cent of the commercial inventory in Vancouver and Toronto now boasts LEED or BOMA BEST status.
Diamond Schmitt has opened a new state-of-the-art facility for “learning, innovation and entrepreneurship” at Algonquin College in Ottawa.
Canadian commercial buildings registered the same 40-megatonne output of carbon dioxide equivalent in 2016 as in 2005.
Over 200 “affordable” rental suites are set to be built in Downtown Toronto as part of a 700 unit strong development in the city's Yonge and College area.
Evolv1, a multi-tenant office building under construction, has become the first structure to be awarded the Zero Carbon Building - Design certification.
Downtown class B buildings and the "fringe core" ByWard Market, Centretown and Glebe neighbourhoods are identified as a good fit for start-up enterprises looking for less than 1,000 square feet and/or co-working space.
Markham Stouffville Hospital has been revealed as the 2018 recipient of the Energy and Environmental Stewardship Award. The Canadian College of Health Leaders made the
Cominar REIT stands out among the vendors, as it offloaded two office, two retail and one industrial property for earnings of nearly $717 million.
Leasing activity in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) office market was slightly muted in the first quarter of 2018, a new report has revealed.
Cadillac Fairview has announced plans to open a $25 million TD corporate office in the former Sears space at CF Champlain in Dieppe, New Brunswick.
Investment in Winnipeg real estate saw a 12 per cent decline last year, with overall sales volumes of just $426 million - well below the five year average.
The new BOMA Canada initiative recognizes buildings that have achieved outstanding or drastically improved energy performance.
Strong investment in the Canadian hotel sector is set to continue this year according to CBRE Canada’s 2018 Hotels Outlook Report
The two hotels, part of Platinum Investments’ Edmonton Focused-Service Portfolio, have been sold to Genesis Hospitality Inc.
Cominar has confirmed the closing of its $1.14 billion sale of its non-core market property portfolio to Slate Acquisitions Inc. Sylvain Cossette, president and CEO