Property Management

condos

CondoBusiness

Promoting waste-conscious condos

Electronic waste is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing waste streams in the world.
Taxing debate awaits Toronto commercial parking

Canadian Property Management

Taxing debate awaits Toronto commercial parking

Debate about a proposed surcharge on commercial parking spaces in Toronto has been deferred until City Council begins to consider 2025 budget measures.
Tenant lounge

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Tenant lounge reborn from vacant retail space

A former convenience store, adjacent to the lobby inside a downtown Toronto office tower, has been transformed into a private 1920s-style Art Deco lounge for tenant meetings and events.
reserve funds

CondoBusiness

Overhauling reserve funds in Ontario

As the landscape of aging condos continues evolving, the need for adequate reserve funds to pay for these repairs assumes greater importance.
noise

CondoBusiness

A guide to understanding noise in condos

Resolving noise complaints requires an understanding of how sound moves through a building and the obligations of a condominium.
IREM backs women aspiring to career advancement

Canadian Property Management

IREM backs women aspiring to career advancement

The IREM Foundation, the charitable arm of the Institute of Real Estate Management, is offering a 2024 scholarship to support women working towards professional certification.
harassment

CondoBusiness

A look at the CAO’s draft anti-harassment rule

Harassment towards property managers, directors, contractors, and residents remains a significant problem within condominium corporations.
condos

CondoBusiness

The call for safer condos in Ontario

Conflicts and disputes within Ontario’s condo communities are fueling a conversation around safety reform and adding pressure to make residential buildings better places to live and work.
CCI Toronto

REMI Network

CCI Toronto names Condo of the Year

The board and management team have undertaken several projects, including flood protection measures and reducing the environmental footprint of the property.
Ontario to wrest realty functions from agencies

Canadian Property Management

Ontario to wrest realty functions from agencies

The Ontario government is moving to wrest realty functions from 10 provincial agencies, including the administrator of the health care system, the manager of Algonquin park, major museums and convention centres.
Social destabilization unsettles city fabric

Canadian Property Management

Social destabilization unsettles city fabric

Data, collaborative networks and a suite of tested best practices can be valuable resources for property managers pressed to respond to the unsettling social destabilization occurring in many Canadian cities.
Buildings without barriers on 2024 agenda

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Buildings without barriers on 2024 agenda

Organizations with real estate portfolios are encouraged to obtain RHFAC ratings for their properties and become eligible for accolades through the 2024 Buildings Without Barriers Challenge.
climate change

REMI Network

Guide advises on climate change impacts in the workplace

New guidance is available to help workplaces prepare for the potential challenges and impacts climate change can have on employees.
CRE

Canadian Facility Management & Design

CRE industry reveals data-driven demands

Canada’s top commercial real estate players have identified the growing importance of visualizing indoor building activities in real time as the use of space becomes less predictable and tenant needs evolve.
IREM 90th anniversary to be feted in Toronto

Canadian Property Management

IREM 90th anniversary to be feted in Toronto

Toronto will be the host city for the Institute of Real Estate Management's 2023 Global Summit, which coincides with the organization's 90th anniversary this year.
Human capital elusive for real estate employers

Canadian Property Management

Human capital elusive for real estate employers

Employers are pressed to fill new kinds of positions and to bolster tech savviness throughout their organizations, while facing labour shortages and a highly competitive market for certain skills.
Large share of ultimate BOMA TOBYs go to Canada

Canadian Property Management

Large share of ultimate BOMA TOBYs go to Canada

Canadian buildings capture seven of the 15 BOMA International TOBY Awards for 2023, representing the culmination of a three-step process to identify the year’s top achievers.