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November 3, 2020
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Class A apartments hit hardest by pandemic
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As COVID-19 continues to put pressure on the commercial real estate sector, some asset types are fairing better than others. In terms of multi-residential properties, Class A apartments in large downtown centres are feeling the strain more than their Class B and C counterparts.

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HVAC Maintenance: Keeping Tenants Safe & Comfortable
With the next heating season on approach, it’s critical to execute on your building’s mechanical system’s upgrade to make sure you’re providing tenants with fresh, filtered air, and a reliable supply of hot water before the cold hits. »READ MORE
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ISSA’s GBAC STAR accreditation success is a sign of a cleaner world
It sounds strange to say it during an ongoing pandemic, but we’re arguably already living in a cleaner world. COVID-19 has brought a renewed focus on cleaning, disinfecting, and infection control and one quantifiable way to show that is through the GBAC STAR accreditation program.  »READ MORE
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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
Downtown Toronto’s startling rise in vacancies

A new survey from Urbanation looking at rental projects constructed after 2005 paints a startling picture for owners and managers of once-coveted downtown properties: within the former City of Toronto, the sharp rise in vacancies from 0.7 percent last year to 2.8 percent today underscores just how detrimental the ongoing pandemic has been.» READ MORE

 
 
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