Canadian Facility Management & Design

Edmonton receives $1.5 mil to revitalize Quarters District

The Government of Canada is providing $1.5 million to support two cultural infrastructure projects that will help revitalize the Quarters Downtown Edmonton.
low-carbon vanguard

Canadian Property Management

Real estate primed for low-carbon vanguard

Canada's Expert Panel on Sustainable Finance suggests there is more untapped opportunity than coordinated action in a market grappling with emerging imperatives for climate-related financial disclosure and integrating ESG measures.
mortgage financing stress test


Mortgage financing stress test makes the grade

Among the continuing concerns, some lenders are still relying on the equity of the property, rather than the borrower's ability to repay the loan.
Fort Edmonton Park

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Fort Edmonton Park expansion breaks ground

The expansion project at Fort Edmonton Park, a 64-hectare living history park located along the city’s river valley, recently broke ground.
market drivers

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Developers weigh in on market drivers

Collectively, the 400+ C-suite and senior executives see more opportunity than threat in technological advancements, social change and a less economically stratified society.
Hurricane Florence

Canadian Property Management

Hurricane Florence could swamp asset values

REITs hold more than 5,500 properties in the area flagged for storm surge and other severe weather fallout.
ESG performance

Canadian Property Management

ESG performance earns Triovest global standing

Triovest achieved the best GRESB score, 88 out of 100 possible points, in its peer group of non-listed, diversified office/industrial portfolios.
Yarmouth International Ferry Terminal

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Canada invests in Yarmouth ferry terminal upgrades

The Governments of Canada and Nova Scotia are each investing up to $3 million in the phase one redevelopment of the Yarmouth International Ferry Terminal.
Canadian REITs

Canadian Property Management

Canadian REITs mark 25 years on the TSX

Since the first two listings in 1993, investors can now look to 44 REITs with a collective market capitalization of $62 billion.
Ancaster Arts Centre

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Canada invests in Ancaster Arts Centre development

The Government of Canada is providing $1,500,000 to support the development of the new Ancaster Arts Centre through the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund.
GGP retail portfolio

Canadian Property Management

Brookfield closes on GGP retail portfolio

Brookfield Property Partners has now completed the USD $15-billion deal, begun more than nine months ago.
funding facility

Canadian Property Management

Scotiabank to anchor new Bay Adelaide tower

The 32-storey, 820,000-square-foot building will be the third and final piece of the office complex Brookfield Property Partners brought to the downtown Toronto market in 2009.

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Canada invests in Evergreen Brick Works retrofit

The Government of Canada is investing $6.5 million in the revitalization of the Kiln Building at Evergreen Brick Works, a Toronto landmark.
constrained Toronto market

Canadian Property Management

Constrained Toronto market curbs Q2 investment

Land deals accounted for half the value of real estate investment in the Greater Toronto Area during the second quarter of 2018, while activity in the office sector dipped considerably.
Slate Office REIT

Canadian Property Management

Slate Office REIT turns from East to Midwest

Slate Office REIT has inked deals for an acquisition in Chicago and a disposition in St. John's, Newfoundland.
real estate debt

REMI Network

CPPIB invests in Australia-NZ real estate debt

The move is in line with CPPIB's expanded investment in new asset classes and associated growth strategy in Asia Pacific.
investors chase multifamily properties

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Investors chase multifamily properties

Midyear results from CBRE and Colliers International reveal that almost every other property type, except premier office, is trading at higher cap rates in major Canadian markets.