Commuters’ willingness to jump on the bus, light-rail car or subway is expected to be a driving factor in repopulating office space in some major North American markets, including Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.
At least 84 Canadian commercial buildings have been abuzz during protracted COVID-19-related business shutdowns. They house the data centres that have literally underpinned the continued functioning of the economy.
The CECRA program is voluntary. Not all eligible landlords will necessarily take advantage of this program for various reasons.
Landlords and tenants are continuing to move lease transactions forward in anticipation of a return to business as usual in the near future.
A 6.65 per cent average total return on the Canada Property Index's 2,723 directly held standing assets, scattered across eight major markets, cloaks significant variances between property sectors and from market to market.
Prominent Canadian asset managers recently recounted their experiences in repositioning underperforming properties, offering insight on turnaround logistics and the role value-add assets play in investment strategies.
The recently completed $102-million deal for Toronto Don Valley Hotel & Suites heralds the development momentum attached to the Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit line, now under construction across a 19-kilometre east-west stretch of the city.
A scurry of people is criss-crossing paths in the newly renovated Yonge Sheppard Centre in North Toronto.
The new policy would give developers a basis to challenge any local government's veto of non-employment land uses in suburban office parks.
The launch of a new four-year cycle in 2017 spurred a wave of assessment appeals as property owners reacted to often dramatic increases in value over the previous assessment.
Corporate tenants are increasingly demanding child care in their buildings to help female employees go back to work after maternity leave.
Flood season is arriving to regions across Canada, posing a significant risk to infrastructure, potential loss of life and pest-related health risks.
Mixed-use developments in Toronto are creating neighbourhoods that are unaffordable for many people, according to a new study.
Accessibility advocates see the built environment as a laggard when it comes to fire safety, especially for people with disabilities.
Increased urbanization and the demand for convenience has made it more common for retailers, restaurants and office spaces to operate under one roof.
The GTA's rising population and provincial investments will fuel growth at commercial hubs near future transit-oriented developments.
A panel discussion at the Real Estate Strategy & Leasing Conference in Toronto this year examined how technology is changing asset management.