Toronto

Foster + Partners The One

CondoBusiness

Construction starts on Canada’s tallest building, The One

Mizrahi Developments celebrated the start of construction on the retail portion of The One with a ribbon cutting ceremony featuring Toronto Mayor John Tory. The
design

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Design casts Stereo D’s new facility in low light

At a time when organizations are pushing meeting rooms and private offices into the middles of floor plates, Stereo D Canada has done just the
accessibility

CondoBusiness

Daniels to offer suites designed for accessibility

The Daniels Corporation last week unveiled plans to offer suites expressly developed for accessibility.
Canoe landing

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Toronto’s Canoe Landing Centre breaks ground

Construction has officially started on the Canoe Landing Centre, a multi-use facility located on the site formerly known as Block 31, at the corner of Fort York Boulevard and Brunel Court in Toronto.
successful world cities

Canadian Property Management

Toronto strives among successful world cities

The rankings include Toronto among a penultimate tier of 10 contenders pushing up against the alpha "big seven" of London, New York, Paris, Singapore, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Seoul.
apartment

Canadian Apartment Magazine

HVAC switch over snared by hot spell

Tensions boiled over last week at Toronto apartment buildings without air conditioning as temperatures soared into heat wave territory in late September.
development

CondoBusiness

Music industry may get voice in development applications

The music industry may get a voice in the review process for development applications.
Albion Library

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Albion Library first with trans-friendly signage

The new Albion Library, opened earlier this summer, is the first of Toronto’s 102 branches to introduce gender-neutral washrooms.
home-sharing

CondoBusiness

Survey finds majority opposes home-sharing services ban

With short-term rental rules on the horizon, a group is touting the survey finding that a majority of Canadians oppose a ban on home-sharing services.
Massey Hall

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Ontario invests in historic Massey Hall revitalization

Ontario is investing in the revitalization of Massey Hall, a popular cultural venue that has hosted many performances in its 123-year history.
data centre demand

Canadian Property Management

Montreal and Toronto court data centre demand

Market analysts attribute Montreal's healthy status to low electricity rates and the arrival of "big-name" cloud providers.
condo rule

CondoBusiness

A condo rule against complaining?

A condo corporation was reported to have enacted a rule which, among other things, sought to limit the ability of residents to complain to the condominium.
Robarts Common

Canadian Facility Management & Design

U of T’s Robarts Common breaks ground

The University of Toronto’s Robarts Library is receiving a major expansion, called Robarts Common, that will add 1,200 work and study spaces to the facility.
WELL Certification

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Teknion showroom earns WELL certification

Teknion Corporation is the first manufacturer in the world to receive WELL certification at the silver level under WELL v1 for its downtown Toronto showroom.
Toronto and Vancouver

Canadian Property Management

Toronto and Vancouver outperform market pack

Second quarter stats reveal a widening gap between Canada's prospering and struggling office markets, while investors continue to focus on downtown Class A properties.
Shibley Righton

CondoBusiness

Shibley Righton LLP’s condo law group expands

Prominent local condo lawyers Audrey Loeb and Armand Conant have teamed up under the Shibley Righton LLP banner.
Port Lands

CondoBusiness

Governments invest in Port Lands transformation

The governments of Canada, Ontario and Toronto are investing in projects like the Toronto Port Lands Flood Protection to help protect against climate change