In tech-giant style, PRIME will offer 4,000 square feet of Facebook-inspired outdoor and indoor co-working space and an expansive 24-hour fitness facility.
While the relevance of geothermal has been percolating for years, the buzz is that more developers are starting to pay attention.
Women developers, architects and interior designers are helping to manifest just a few of the country’s most dynamic condos and communities.
Canada Border Services Agency is currently investigating evidence that up to nine countries are dumping products that undercut domestic prices and are deleterious to Canadian manufacturers.
The Greater Toronto Area’s condo market hasn’t emerged completely unscathed. But it’s not all bad news.
A recent Ontario court decision is very good news for Ontario condo developers who must cancel their projects prior to construction.
Impacts of the hard insurance market are trickling into condominium corporations across Canada, challenging boards and managers in their wake.
Designers and developers foresee a greater turn towards health and wellness in the condo design of tomorrow.
Canada’s first all-female development team offers new visuals of Reina, a condo tower planned for Etobicoke.
Depending on your source of data, the average asking price per-square-foot for new condos in the GTA has increased for about 25 consecutive years.
While many condos haven’t yet experienced the major effects of climate change, statistics and case studies foreshadow the impacts that could come.
The timing might have been opportune for uptake of the measure — provided it was adopted into provincial and territorial building codes — because it would have applied broadly in what is currently Canada’s most buoyant commercial real estate sector.
Housing prices are forecasted to remain steady through 2020, according to Royal Lepage’s newly released Housing Price Survey and Market Forecast.
Perched on the edge of the waterfront, south of the Distillery District near Sugar Beach, Toronto’s first LEED Platinum high-rise condo stands in the Bayside
Another tower coming to downtown Toronto’s evolving skyline will be Canada’s tallest condo once it rises to 95 storeys at Yonge Street and Queens Quay.
Housing activity is expected to rebound in the GTA over the next couple of years, with condo apartments leading the way in sales and construction.
The Forest Hill will become one of the first condos with direct subway access to the Eglinton Crosstown LRT.