A new spin on the concept of stacked townhomes is promised to boost missing middle housing typologies in the Greater Toronto Area.
n a city bereft of affordable housing and access to healthcare, two condo projects are setting out to combine these uses under one roof.
The Canadian Institute of Actuaries’ latest insight statement on the longevity of condo infrastructure explores several risks.
Canada’s tornado risk is more widespread than once thought, according to a growing body of research that, for the first time, tracks the occurrence and aftermath facing property owners across the country.
New regulations from multiple levels of government are forcing condominium boards and property management companies to consider more than just a simple cost-benefit calculation when examining repair and retrofit options.
Residents of a freshly built mid-rise in the Annex neighbourhood of Toronto have a fleet of electric vehicles waiting for them to use, whether that’s for a trip around town, a weekend getaway to the cottage or visiting family out-of-province.
With the increasing number of people living in condominiums, the need for superior sound control underlayment has become more prevalent than ever.
Construction cost increases are a significant concern if a condo needs to complete work in the next year or so. But the concern isn't just the here and now.
Landowners in Mississauga wanting to redevelop their properties for residential mixed-use purposes hope to reverse an employment designation on Dundas Street.
With Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives (PCs) entering another four-year term, the development community is keeping close tabs on election promises made around housing supply and affordability.
Multi-generational homes are often an afterthought for builders who continue to favour housing geared to nuclear families. Rarely do municipalities legislate them.
Coming out of an extended period of low inflation, many condo boards will confront reserve fund shortfalls as the consumer price index now pushes up toward 7 per cent.
While overall activity has declined, condo supply continues to remain very constrained in the primary GTA markets. However, new pre-construction launches continue to be very popular.
The growing crop of condo owners across Canada will likely encounter huge annual fee increases and lump-sum payments due to low reserve fund contributions, authors of a new research report are warning.
Those seeking more affordable housing options are finding a cure-all in the condo market, which offers affordability, availability, amenities, and neighbourhood liveability.
Building failures of this horrific scope are seldom seen in North America. But it is important to examine what happened so we can learn and prevent similar collapses in the future.
One of the more contentious policies to surface over the past week is a subscribed end to blind bidding.