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Canadian CRE players share 2021 portfolio data

Canadian Property Management

Canadian CRE players report 2021 portfolio data

Nearly 200 respondents who collectively own and/or manage more than 2.2 billion square feet of space reported to the 26th annual Who's Who in Canadian Real Estate survey.

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East Pointe condo will cater to growing Scarborough area

East Pointe, a mid-rise condo located at Kingston Road in Toronto, has received approval for 11 storeys in a neighbourhood where eight storeys has been the norm.
Longueuil

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Ground breaks on largest residential project in Longueuil

The first tower of Sir Charles Condominiums broke ground this month. Devimco Immobilier's $800-million, transit-oriented development is said to be the largest real estate project in the history of Longueuil.
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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.
The Moderne

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The Moderne to be one of Hamilton’s tallest condos

This is the latest phase in converting the century-old Royal Connaught Hotel in Hamilton, Ont., into residences.
Pretium Engineering

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Getting Ahead of Property Repairs

When it comes to condo maintenance, planning ahead can pay off. Detecting and addressing minor issues on a building's exterior or mechanical systems is a proven way of significantly reducing the cost of future repairs and avoiding resident inconveniences.
M City

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M City expands with ultra tech-savvy plans

The latest residential addition to Mississauga's M City is expected to raise the bar for smart living in Canada.
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CondoBusiness

Five ways of giving back during the holidays without leaving your condo

Many condo residents are lamenting that they cannot physically go to their usual spots to give back as COVID-19 remains an active concern.
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CondoBusiness

The bright idea behind fall-planted bulbs

Plugging fall-planted bulbs into the right design will illuminate them to their fullest and brightest potential in the spring landscape.
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CondoBusiness

Chargebacks and lessons learned in 2020

Condominiums need to be careful when they decide to chargeback costs to an owner and must ensure they have the legal right to do so before they start lien proceedings.
Cambridge

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SmartCentres gets approval to transform Cambridge property into residential units

SmartCentres is now officially building a residential community in Cambridge, Ontario on its 73-acre property that was previously zoned for strictly retail use.
M City

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Tallest tower in Mississauga’s M City begins ascent

The building’s design allows for an extensive amenity pavilion that includes an indoor pool and gymnasium, with views of the neighbouring park.
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Zero Waste High-Rise project’s new online format

The Toronto Environmental Alliance launched an online step-by-step format for its Zero Waste High-Rise project to help buildings reduce waste.
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CCI-Toronto names Palace Pier condo of the year

The condo, located at 2045 Lakeshore Blvd West, stood out from its contemporaries with an early call to action when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
Galleria on the Park

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Galleria on the Park breaks ground

A socially-distanced ground-breaking ceremony took place for Galleria on the Park—the mixed-use community that will rise on a 20-acre site in Toronto.
River & Fifth

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Broccolini’s River & Fifth condo begins to rise

River & Fifth, Broccolini's first residential tower in Toronto, began its 37-storey ascent today in a virtual ground-breaking ceremony.
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CondoBusiness

Are condos prepared for climate change?

While many condos haven’t yet experienced the major effects of climate change, statistics and case studies foreshadow the impacts that could come.