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Making space for talent attraction efforts

Commercial real estate’s core function as a provider of workspace serves as something of a living lab for the industry’s own human resources strategies. Building owners/managers are increasingly pressed to: meet tenant demand for new kinds of services and technological capability; safeguard business continuity in times of cyber and climatic peril; and deliver a return on investment in the face of a growing array of competition from shiny new towers, co-working space and home offices. In turn, these pressures influence decisions about hiring and staff deployment.


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Managing Tenant Insurance with InsureTech
More property managers are using InsureTech to track and monitor tenant insurance and ensure they're keeping incidents from happening in the first place. »READ MORE
»Canadians on BOMA International centre stage
»B.C. unveils CleanBC Government Buildings Program
»Darryl Boyce launches term as ASHRAE president
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Oxford unveils plans for Union Park

Oxford Properties Group (Oxford), the global real estate arm of OMERS, is planning a $3.5 billion development called Union Park in downtown Toronto that would be the city’s biggest mixed-use project to date.  »READ MORE

CRE investment in Vancouver lagging: Report

Commercial real estate investment in Vancouver has declined across all sectors except for office, according to a new report from Altus Group. Overall, the first quarter saw 322 sales transactions for the Vancouver area, representing a 49 per cent decrease from a year ago and the lowest transaction volume in the last 18 quarters. The total number of transactions has also slowed from the pace of last year with a decline of 36 per cent from Q1 2018.

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