As a hybrid work models emerges, new condos will welcome residents into co-working spaces with no one-size-fits-all approach.
While designing the condo hotel grounds, the approach was to reduce high maintenance turf areas with trees, shrubs and perennials that will maintain their beauty against snow, salt and wind.
One of the biggest trends in the multi-unit residential market is using mobile devices to manage access.
Nova Scotia’s new provincial government is signalling looming surcharges for residential property purchasers and owners who pay their income tax in other jurisdictions.
The CAT appears to have adopted a wait-and-see approach, not only with respect to motions to dismiss, but also with respect to the disclosure of records to a unit owner whom the condominium might perceive as problematic.
Technology is revolutionizing the way condo buildings operate and positively impacting the lives of residents and managers.
What security and privacy threats should condo communities watch out for due to the rise of internet-connected smart home devices?
As society ushers in an era of smart home technology that is more adaptable and efficient, some developers are pushing this to the top of a pile of conveniences.
We should be asking our reserve fund planners to look at the Paris accord target dates and compare the end-of-life replacement of our gas-burning appliances against the target dates.
As the country moves to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles, questions are brewing among people living in multi-unit dwellings.
Security cameras should be located in such a manner that they do not record activities outside the condominium’s property line.
Bonflict of interest on the board of directors is a topic that often raises ire of many owners and prospective buyers.
Some Canadians who are dreaming of buying a home are considering their options as housing prices remain out of reach in many markets over the past year.
How would this scenario unfold in Ontario? Leaving aside the construction process itself, there are vast differences between Ontario and Florida condominium laws that would have given the Champlain towers significant added protections following registration.
Federal scrutiny of condo procurement should be sufficient reason for diligent condo boards to examine their procurement practices.
There are strategies that can be helpful to consider in recognition of the fact that reactive approaches to conflict can be quite costly for condo boards.
For condo buildings built in the 1980’s or 1990’s, there is likely a window project coming up in the reserve fund study.