housing market


CMHC predicts housing market activity to moderate

According to CMHC’s 2018 Housing Market Outlook, housing markets in Canada should see a moderation in both housing starts and sales in 2019 and 2020.

REMI Network

Office vacancy rates drop across Canada in Q3

Total office vacancy has dropped across Canada's six largest urban markets, Colliers reports. Newly released results for the third quarter of 2018 suggest pre-leasing commitments from banks and tech companies for new premises in the Toronto and Vancouver markets underlie the growth.
Calgary office vacancies ease marginally

Canadian Property Management

Calgary office vacancies ease marginally in Q2

Tenants in a position to take advantage of the current market dynamics are enjoying the flight to quality.
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National housing market remains highly vulnerable: CMHC

Canada’s overall housing market remains highly vulnerable, mostly due to evidence of overvaluation and price acceleration, finds CMHC.
AVLI on Atlantic


Calgary’s AVLI on Atlantic offers customizable units

AVLI on Atlantic, a new development in Calgary’s Inglewood neighbourhood, is providing unit owners with the opportunity to design their own living space.
ICE District

Canadian Property Management

Calgary and Edmonton show strong real estate performance in differing sectors

Alberta’s two largest cities enjoyed considerable real estate investment in 2017 in differing sectors within the industry.

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Canada invests in Calgary cultural organizations

The Government of Canada is investing $2.38 million to support the construction of infrastructure for eight arts and culture organizations in Calgary.
Zeidler Calgary

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Canada and Alberta invest in upgrades at Calgary arts facility

The governments of Canada and Alberta recently announced funding to renew the electrical system in Arts Commons, a multi-venue arts centre in Calgary.
Tax relief

REMI Network

Tax relief for non-residential properties in Calgary

The City of Calgary approved the 2018 Municipal Non-Residential Phased Tax Program (2018 PTP), offering tax relief to non-residential properties that have experienced the highest
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New condo apartment sales red hot in 2017: Altus Group

Altus Group has released data on new condominium apartment sales in key Canadian markets, including the GTA, GGH, Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver, for 2017.
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Design Quarterly

World’s largest YMCA opens in Calgary

Shane Homes YMCA has opened at the new Rock Ridge facility in Calgary. It is the world's largest YMCA. The facility stands at 284,000 square feet.
New Horizon Mall

Construction Business

Calgary’s biggest shopping mall nears completion

New Horizon Mall will open this summer in Calgary. The $200 million mall is Calgary and Alberta’s biggest new shopping centre.
Single-use professional sports venues

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Single-use professional sports venues falter

Ottawa and Calgary are two current Canadian examples where pressure is mounting to abandon major arenas still far from the end of their structural life cycles and build anew.
luxury condo sales


GTA and Vancouver see more luxury condo sales

Vancouver boasts a greater share of higher priced transactions with 165 condo deals topping $2 million versus 100 in the Greater Toronto Area, but the single highest price was garnered in the GTA.
National Music Centre

Canadian Facility Management & Design

National Music Centre receives $5-mil investment

Calgary's National Music Centre recently received a $5 million federal investment in support of Studio Bell through the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund.
investment transactions

Canadian Property Management

Land tops Vancouver Q2 investment transactions

Vancouver's three largest investment transactions for the spring of 2017 surpassed an entire quarter's worth of activity in Calgary.
Toronto and Vancouver

Canadian Property Management

Toronto and Vancouver outperform market pack

Second quarter stats reveal a widening gap between Canada's prospering and struggling office markets, while investors continue to focus on downtown Class A properties.