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1. Climate risk profilers wrangle fragmented data
A newly released report from Global Property Index producer, MSCI, draws on geospatial and climate hazard data to identify where and how real estate assets could be vulnerable to extreme weather events and patterns. The work underscores the widening scope of resources that can be tapped to build increasingly sophisticated property profiles, as well as the challenges of that task.

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2. Forest Hill condo promises direct LRT access

The Forest Hill will become one of the first condos with direct subway access to the Eglinton Crosstown LRT when the fourteen-storey building rises at the corner of Bathurst and Eglinton Avenue West. Read More »

3. Long-awaited revival of Yonge Sheppard Centre

A major part of the renovation included extending the façade on both Yonge Street and Sheppard and building all entrances at street level. Upgrades also include new daycare space, updated facades of the two adjoining office buildings and a new food court area. Read More »

4. Quebec residential sales hit new Q3 record

Residential sales in Quebec’s real estate market hit a new high in the third quarter, one that hasn’t been seen Q3 2003. Sales jumped 16 per cent compared to the same time last year. In total, 21,662 sales were recorded.  Read More »

5. Benjamin Moore reveals Colour of the Year 2020
A soft, rosy hue blooming with potential was revealed as Benjamin Moore’s Colour of the Year.
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