Oxford Properties Group has unveiled its plans to develop Canada's first large bay multi-level industrial property in Burnaby's Riverbend Business Park.
The Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) is celebrating a new milestone as Canadian LEED v4 project registrations surpass the 1,000 mark.
The City of London lauded the designers behind the Kingsmill’s Department Store transformation in London, Ontario.
A recent CBRE forecast for Atlantic Canada’s commercial real estate industry predicts an increasing need for flexible space.
The Stovel Block, an Edwardian-style commercial building in The Quarters neighbourhood of downtown Edmonton, is currently undergoing a restoration.
Vancouver recently approved an ambitious green rainwater infrastructure initiative called the Rain City Strategy.
The Alberta government has prioritized funds to review what it considers "ongoing dysfunction" in the province’s real estate industry.
New budget announces plans to double various land title fees, apply the 4 per cent tourism levy on online short-term rental transactions and bring all public sector pension fund investment management back under AIMCo's purview.
Canadian employers in the corporate office sector are not doing enough to support wellbeing among young people entering the workforce.
The company is one of the largest operators of arenas in Canada.
Ace Hotel Toronto is slated to open in 2020.
The project is expected to be completed in Spring 2021.
B+H Architects has signed a lease with Menkes Develops and TD Greystone Asset Management for 23,008 square feet of office space at 320 Bay Street.
The aggregate purchase price of the two office properties is approximately $190.5 million.
Avison Young GTA Office Market Report (Q3 2019) highlights include an uptick in sublease space, office space at the lower levels of residential developments.
Following the completion of the transaction, the REIT intends to apply to be de-listed from the TSX and to cease to be a reporting issuer in all provinces and territories of Canada.
CBRE’s new Edmonton office is the first in Alberta to achieve WELL Certification at the Silver level for New and Existing Interiors.