Once complete, the tower will feature 593 residences, 43,000 square foot, double-storey retail space, and a brand-new city parkette.
CCI Huronia recently won the Lorne Young Chapter of the Year award from the Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI).
Housing markets are falling deeper into a slump despite increasing property prices, suggests a new report by The Real Estate Investment Network.
The one-time tax credit applies on eligible capital improvements made in 2021 to safeguard seniors and enable mobility and independence within their current principal residence.
Murray Johnson has been appointed as president of the Canadian Condominium Institute – Toronto and Area Chapter, effective November 10, 2020.
Property management company Medallion recently facilitated a 1600-family food delivery in the Downtown Eastside of Toronto.
SmartCentres is now officially building a residential community in Cambridge, Ontario on its 73-acre property that was previously zoned for strictly retail use.
The average condo selling price was up by 8.3 per cent year-over-year in the third quarter to $633,484. The average overall selling price in the City of Toronto was up by a similar rate over the same period.
Kaneff Group of Companies is starting to build its Keystone condo development on the Cooksville Creek Ravine in Mississauga.
Minto is now the first developer in Ontario to complete a baseline measurement for high-rise air leakage.
Amendments to the Condo Act related to condo guides are now expected to be enforced on January 1, 2021.
COVID-19 is driving some homeowners to refinance their mortgage ahead of deferral programs coming to an end.
Over the past year, the CMRAO has developed a roadmap and course curriculum that incorporates the identified competencies within the educational requirements.
Added demands of COVID-19 haven’t necessarily come with a commensurate boost in earnings for a workforce among the minority of Ontario employees exempt from a mandated minimum wage.
Cadillac Fairview is one step closer to transforming Montreal’s Pointe Claire Mall on West Island into a bustling new downtown core, connected to the city by transit.
Windsor reported the highest spike in Ontario, with the average price rising 17 per cent year-over-year followed by Oshawa.
Prices are expected to range from $3 to $15 million for units in a new high-end condo project called 10 Prince Arthur.