Investment

postsecondary campus

Canadian Facility Management & Design

New postsecondary campus to rise in Halton Region

Ontario is investing $90 million in a new postsecondary campus in Milton, which is located on Ontario's Innovation SuperCorridor.
condo investor

CondoBusiness

What will make T.O. condo investors less bullish?

Does it still make sense to invest in condos after a study showed many condo investors renting out new units in the GTA are cash-flow negative?
Sanofi Pasteur

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Ontario invests in Toronto vaccine manufacturing facility

The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing $70 million towards Sanofi Pasteur Limited’s $500-million vaccine manufacturing facility in Toronto.
Downtown Ottawa

Canadian Property Management

Downtown Ottawa drawing tenant interest

Downtown class B buildings and the "fringe core" ByWard Market, Centretown and Glebe neighbourhoods are identified as a good fit for start-up enterprises looking for less than 1,000 square feet and/or co-working space.
GTA Q1 investment activity

Canadian Property Management

Robust demand drives GTA Q1 investment activity

Cominar REIT stands out among the vendors, as it offloaded two office, two retail and one industrial property for earnings of nearly $717 million.
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.
SuiteSpot turnover management

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Transforming the Turnover Process

More and more property management stakeholders are leveraging advanced systems and resources to take the risk and headache out of turnover management.
ledcor penticton ANMRC

Canadian Facility Management & Design

CNL issues RFP for construction of $370-mil lab complex

Canadian Nuclear Laboratories recently issued an RFP for the design, engineering and construction of its Advanced Nuclear Materials Research Centre (ANMRC).
Canada's three largest cities

Canadian Property Management

Canada’s three largest cities picked to thrive

Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal are among 30 global metropolises deemed well positioned to draw investment and sustain a robust real estate market for the long term.
gender diversity insight for investors

Canadian Property Management

Gender diversity insight for investors unveiled

Since only publicly traded entities are part of the analysis, many of Canada's largest real estate players are excluded. However, other criteria to qualify would eliminate several of them anyway.
Budget 2018

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Budget 2018 proposes investments in correctional, library facilities

Budget 2018 proposed an investment of $73.3 million to construct and operate a joint facility for Library and Archives Canada and the Ottawa Public Library.
retail real estate

REMI Network

U.S. retail real estate remains competitive

Recent analysis from MSCI finds that retail asset performance actually edged slightly ahead of non-retail assets in the 2012-2017 period.
Scarborough and Rouge Hospital

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Expansion planned for Scarborough and Rouge Hospital

The emergency department at Scarborough and Rouge Hospital’s Centenary site is set to be redeveloped and expanded to replace aging infrastructure.
Institutional investors

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Institutional investors see residential gains

This was the third consecutive year the REALPAC/IPD Canada Property Index showed improved returns on residential investment, and the second year running that residential was the top-performing property sector.
2017 investment returns

Canadian Property Management

Capital growth nudges 2017 investment returns

Robust economies in Toronto and Vancouver, a continuing slump in Calgary, retailing challenges and sustained high demand for rental housing all play into an index-wide total return of 6.7 per cent.
potential for rent growth

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Cap rates reflect potential for rent growth

An already low national multifamily cap rated nudged down a little further in the fourth quarter of 2017.
condo supply and affordability

CondoBusiness

GTA condo supply and affordability in decline

Land for high-rise condominium development was a major component of $23.5 billion in investment property sales in the Greater Toronto Area last year.