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CondoBusiness

Montreal’s QuinzeCent condo breaks ground

Montreal developers Brivia Group and Tianqing Group have kicked off construction of the QuinzeCent condominium project. The partners attended a ground-breaking ceremony on March 21
Enticy

CondoBusiness

New boutique condo Enticy launches in Montreal

Enticy, a new boutique condominium project from Omnia Technologies and financial partner Claridge, is set to begin construction in spring 2019.
Prével

CondoBusiness

Prével set to develop large site in Montreal

Montreal-based Prével plans to develop a site in Montreal bordered by Boulevard René-Lévesque, Rue Sainte-Catherine, Rue Parthenais and Avenue De Lorimier.
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Canadian Property Management

Deep energy retrofit a winner for Olympic Park

An overhaul of the aging thermal plant combined with other system and equipment upgrades delivered a 31 per cent cut in energy use and a 57 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
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CondoBusiness

Housing affordability to erode further in 2019: RBC Economics

This year is unlikely to provide substantial housing affordability relief, reports the latest Housing Trends and Affordability report from RBC Economics.
Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve reno wins architecture award

The Paddocks renovation at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, designed by Les Architectes FABG, recently won the Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence.
Symphonia POP

CondoBusiness

Construction begins on Montreal’s Symphonia POP

Développements Symphonia recently held an official groundbreaking ceremony to kick off construction of Symphonia POP on Montreal's Nuns’ Island.
MAESTRIA

CondoBusiness

$700-mil mixed-use development set for Montreal

Devimco Immobilier and partners have joined to develop MAESTRIA, the largest mixed-use real estate project in Montreal’s Quartier des spectacles.
Bentall Kennedy Montreal, Quebec

CondoBusiness

Record home sales expected by year-end in Quebec

The Quebec residential real estate market is expected to top records by the end of 2018 with over 86,000 transactions, according to the QFREB.
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REMI Network

National Bank breaks ground on new HQ

National bank launched construction on its new head office in Montreal on Nov.7, 2018. The headquarters will be located at 800 Saint-Jacques Street West.
Bentall Kennedy Montreal, Quebec

CondoBusiness

Montreal home sales up 11 per cent annually

In October 2018, Montreal recorded 3,731 residential sales, an increase of 11 per cent year-over-year, reports the Greater Montreal Real Estate Board.
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CondoBusiness

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.
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CondoBusiness

Devimco selected for Montreal mixed-use project

Devimco Immobilier has been selected by Club Sportif MAA to develop a mixed-use condominium project on Peel St., just south of Sherbrooke St. in Montreal.
L’Oréal Canada

Canadian Facility Management & Design

L’Oréal Canada celebrates 60 years with new HQ

L’Oréal Canada is celebrating its 60th anniversary this fall by inaugurating its newly redesigned 117,000 square foot head office in downtown Montreal.
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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.
Prével

CondoBusiness

Groupe Prével celebrates 40th anniversary

On September 11, 2018, Groupe Prével celebrated its 40th anniversary at a party at Montreal's Station F-MR with over 600 guests.
Canada's big three cities

Canadian Property Management

Canada’s big three cities affirm net zero goal

The mayors of Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver are among leaders of 19 major world cities aspiring for net zero carbon emissions across their urban building portfolios by 2050.