multifamily

Environmental Responsibility Apartment Operators

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Environmental Responsibility for Apartment Operators

Membership in the Certified Rental Building Program (CRBP) is an effective means of maintaining a high standard of quality when managing your building or working
Luxury apartment tower coming to Miami

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Luxury apartment tower coming to Miami

Solitair, a 438-unit, 50-storey luxury apartment tower is coming to the heart of the flourishing Brickell neighbourhood in Miami, Florida. Leading luxury multifamily real estate
Bill 104 land-use planning

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Alberta builders support new condo legislation

The Government of Alberta is moving ahead with plans to modernize condominium legislation throughout the province, a change the Canadian Home Builders’ Association – Alberta (CHBA – Alberta) welcomes with enthusiasm. The new legislation, known as Bill 9, coincides with the New Home Buyer Protection Act, introduced earlier this year, to provide 10-year warranty protection to single or multifamily home buyers.
Avison Young

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Killam grows Canadian multifamily portfolio

Canadian residential landlord Killam Properties Inc. (Killam) has fully acquired or acquired interest in three multifamily rental properties in Ontario and one in Alberta. The $97.1-million in acquisitions, which were originally announced on Nov. 10, include apartment communities in London, Ottawa, Mississauga and Calgary.
rental housing industry

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Morgan Properties acquires Maryland apartment

The Preserve, a 791-unit garden-style apartment in Reisterstown, Md., has been acquired by Morgan Properties and The Olayan Group, its joint venture partner. This purchase marks the second acquisition made by the partners this year, representing a total investment of nearly $400-million.
U.S. multifamily

Canadian Apartment Magazine

New York multifamily development announced

In partnership with the USAA Real Estate Company, Madison Realty Capital (MRC) has announced plans for a $88.5-million multifamily development in Brooklyn, N.Y. The project will include an eight-storey, 191-unit apartment building with studio, one- and two-bedroom residences and ground floor retail space.