Currently underway in Vancouver, Sen̓áḵw is a powerful testament to Indigenous land ownership and an economic legacy that’s expected to generate upwards of $10 billion in revenue for the Squamish Nation.
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.
Developers of purpose-built rental housing in Manitoba are losing a tax credit that has been available for the past five years.
UBC is breaking down barriers with Ponderosa Commons, the first of five mixed-use residences designed to activate the commuter campus year-round.
Developers of multi-residential buildings can expect more pointed direction on their lighting choices as North American jurisdictions update their building regulations.
SCOOP will become the first condo on its block when the boutique six-storey collection of 72 suites rises at St. Clair Avenue West and Osler Street.
A new report on the impacts of residential intensification on consumers makes recommendations for consumer education, planning policies and more.
The modern lines and glass façade of Nautique will be the latest addition to Burlington’s waterfront. The condo project, headed up by Adi Development Group,
Urbanization is the new normal, according to PwC and the Urban Land Institute’s Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2015 report. The publication, now in its
A Toronto city councillor is proposing to curb the practice of allowing developers to occupy the public right-of-way. It’s a move that has surprised and
Owners in a new condo building may want to strike a steering committee to oversee the transition from declarant-appointed board to owner-elected board.
A new Etobicoke development has broken ground — in more ways than one. On the GO Mimico, now under construction, will be Toronto’s first high-rise
Millennium Water is the largest green development project in British Columbia, covering nine city blocks in Southeast False Creek.