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Tailor-made for tenants
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Located in the trendy Downtown West district of Toronto, 39 Niagara is a high-end, mixed-use rental development set to open its doors in July, 2019. Comprised of 501 rental units and 22,000 square feet of amenity space, it is the embodiment of a young, hip lifestyle designed for discerning residents who want to stay connected to friends, their neighbourhood and the activities they hold dear.

Gone are the days when parking garages topped the list of urban necessities; today it’s about wellness through green space, uninterrupted Wifi, rooftop lounges, and the convenience of living, working and playing in one attractive location: home.

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One Change in your HVAC System can Result in Significant Savings
This summer, consider a VRF system: a flexible heating and cooling solution that will help you manage your energy management needs and your bottom line. »READ MORE
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H&S Building Supplies Ltd. is one of Ontario's premier maintenance supply wholesalers. We specialize in the multi-unit residential space; providing quality products, competitive prices, on-time delivery, and product knowledge second to none. We exist to service & supply the property management industry.
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21st century grid heralds a new energy future
ASHRAE 2018-19 President, Sheila Hayter, shares her vision for a new energy future and urges buildings professionals to embrace the smart grid's potential.
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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
Investors chase multifamily properties

Cap rates are holding steady at low levels as investors chase multifamily properties in major Canadian markets. Midyear results from CBRE and Colliers International also find almost every other property type, except premier office, is trading at higher cap rates.
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