Women's College Hospital

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Women’s College Hospital redeveloped

The redevelopment of Women's College Hospital helped support its mandate as Ontario’s first outpatient-only, women-focused hospital.
Kensington Market

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Purpose-built affordable housing planned for Kensington Market

Toronto’s Kensington Market neighbourhood will be home to the city’s first purpose-built affordable homes for homeless people in more than 10 years.


When can condos enter bulk telecom contracts?

The courts recently reviewed the authority on which a condo corporation may rely in entering into a bulk services contract with a telecom provider.
tech talent

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Employers tap into tech talent clusters

Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver, Montreal and Waterloo are deemed to provide the best dynamic for nurturing the workforce and fostering innovation in cost-competitive space.
LEED Platinum

REMI Network

One York earns record-breaking LEED Platinum score

One York Street has achieved LEED Platinum certification, earning 89 points, the highest score ever awarded to a Toronto building.
commercial hubs


Toronto’s proposed short-term rental rules headed to council

Toronto’s proposal for licensing and regulating short-term rentals is headed to City Council on Dec. 5.
backup power


The Grange meets new backup power guidelines in Toronto first

The City of Toronto today acknowledged the Grange condo as the first multi-residential building to meet its new guidelines for backup power.
apartment units


Apartment units led year-over-year price gains in October

Apartment units continued to lead year-over-year price gains in October, the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) reported last week.
Arney Fender Katsalidis

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Arney Fender Katsalidis opens Toronto office

Arney Fender Katsalidis, a London-based architecture and interiors firm, has officially opened the doors to its Toronto office.
Lakeside Residences


Greenland reveals plans for Lakeside Residences in Toronto

Greenland recently revealed official plans for Lakeside Residences – a 3.85-acre master-planned community to be located on Toronto’s waterfront.
family-friendly housing


Report renews calls for more family-friendly housing in the GTA

A new report by Ryerson City Building Institute and Urbanation has brought renewed urgency to calls for more family-friendly housing in the GTA.

REMI Network

Condo corp partners with Airbnb in Canadian first

As some condo corporations struggle to enforce rules against short-term rentals, one condo corporation has rolled out the welcome mat for Airbnb.
Foster + Partners The One


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

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


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.