Apartments

CondoBusiness

Bespoke carpeting: Your condo, your design 

Whether adding a splash of style or bolstering your condo’s brand, there are advantages to choosing a bespoke design for your building’s interior carpets. Thanks to modern materials and cutting-edge manufacturing techniques, it’s easier (and, in some cases, more cost-effective) to see your specific vision laid out. 
HIVE Intercom

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Tapping in to Next-Gen Intercoms

It takes more than a static directory and buzzer to manage front door activity. That’s why many multi-residential managers and residents are seeking smarter and more secure ways of controlling building access.
Trace Engineering

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Gaining the HVAC maintenance edge

If you want to extend the life and improve the performance of your HVAC equipment, having the right specs to maintain it counts.
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REMI Network

New guide demystifies EV charging in MURBs

A new educational guide aims to demystify the complex process of installing EV charging stations in multi-unit residential buildings.
Advantage Pest Control

REMI Network

Proactive Pest Management

April showers bring May flowers … and pests! For insights into pest control challenges and tips on how to swat them, we turned to Paolo Bossio, president and CEO of Advantage Pest Control.
masks

REMI Network

Toronto bolstering enforcement of residential mask bylaw

Since January 18, 2021, Toronto has received 1,950 complaints about improper mask usage in shared residential spaces.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Construction Lending Q&A: Jeremy Wedgbury, First National

We spoke with Jeremy Wedgbury of First National to discuss current industry challenges of construction lending and potential financial solutions.
Vancouver Apartments

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Burnaby rentals tagged for demolition

According to a recent article in Business Vancouver, dozens of Burnaby, B.C., apartment buildings are being snapped up for demolition
Academic Assets

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Ditching student ghettos for luxury living

Canadian developers are learning that behind many young adults living in so-called 'student ghettos' are parents willing to pay for higher-end housing.