Toronto

Championship Team

CondoBusiness

Nominations open for 2017 WLI Championship Team

The Toronto Urban Land Institute’s Women's Leadership Initiative is currently accepting nominations for its 2017 Championship Team.
Vaughan Metropolitan Centre

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Vaughan Metropolitan Centre transit terminal breaks ground

An inter-regional transit terminal has broken ground at Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, the largest urban mixed-use development in Canada.
fob

REMI Network

ACMO issues service alert about fob duplication

ACMO recently reported that it had become aware of third-party contractors in the GTA copying fobs for condominium owners without management authorization.
land transfer tax (LTT)

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TREB hopes City Council halts proposed LTT increase

TREB wants Toronto City Council to stop a potential significant Land Transfer Tax, or LTT, increase, which is currently in the proposal stage.
community hub

Canadian Facility Management & Design

New high school and community hub set for Bloor-Dufferin area

Ontario is investing $20 million to build a state-of-the-art high school and community hub in Toronto's Bloor-Dufferin neighbourhood.
The Ward

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Toronto construction site hoarding depicts history

A commemorative installation adorns the new Toronto courthouse construction site, depicting the heritage of the region formerly known as St. John's Ward.
King Charlotte

CondoBusiness

Syndicate mortgage lenders exit King Charlotte development

Building and Development Mortgages Canada has announced that lenders in a syndicate mortgage that funded Toronto’s King Charlotte condominium.
priciest office markets

Canadian Property Management

Tech sector moving into priciest office markets

Hong Kong is firmly entrenched atop JLL's global premium office rent rankings with key occupancy costs pegged at USD $302 per square foot, more than 50 per cent higher than the next highest rate of USD $197 in London's West End.
record-keeping

CondoBusiness

Probe underscores need for good record-keeping

A Competition Bureau investigation recently required some condo corporations to retrieve meeting minutes dating back a decade.
home buyers

CondoBusiness

Rebate for first-time home buyers in Ontario to rise

The Ontario government is proposing to raise the land transfer tax rebate available to eligible first-time home buyers to $4,000 starting in 2017. It’s a
King Charlotte

CondoBusiness

King Charlotte condominiums successfully registered by the City of Toronto

Fortress Real Developments and Lamb Development Corp. have announced the King Charlotte condominium development has been registered by the City of Toronto.
heritage building

CondoBusiness

Toronto heritage building to be repurposed into mixed-use community hub

A heritage building on an historic downtown Toronto site will be preserved and re-purposed from an industrial facility into a mixed-use community hub.
Karl Lagerfeld

CondoBusiness

Karl Lagerfeld-designed lobbies featured in new Toronto condo

Capital Developments and Freed Developments have unveiled “Lobbies for Lagerfeld,” two lobbies designed by Karl Lagerfeld, marking his first Canadian project.
handshake

CondoBusiness

CCI Toronto chapter names Sally Thompson president

he Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI)’s Toronto and Area chapter has appointed Sally Thompson as its new president, effective October 20th, 2016.
condominium governance

CondoBusiness

New research investigates condo governance

New research into condominium governance found that board members, property managers and unit owners have a number of familiar topics on their minds: lack of community, lack of director education and poor communication.
Brandy Lane Homes

CondoBusiness

Brandy Lane Homes to help revitalize Robertson Davies Park

Brandy Lane Homes and the City of Toronto are working together to revitalize Robertson Davies Park after 29 Norway Maple trees were accidentally cut down.
telecom

CondoBusiness

CRTC decision addresses telecom access in condos

Let a fourth telecommunications service provider in, or risk losing all Internet access. That was the headline version of an Aug. 15 Canadian Radio-television and