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November 28, 2017
Four growing commercial hubs in Toronto
The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) is expected to be Ontario’s fastest-growing region over the next 25 years, one factor that will fuel commercial development in major transit nodes now being built. A new report by Avison Young singled out four areas that will see major growth.
Employers tap into tech talent clusters
Four of Canada’s largest cities and one regional player offer the top five homes for tech talent based on CBRE’s 2017 analysis of key market factors. 
Ivanhoe Cambridge invests $200 million into Place Ville Marie
Ivanhoé Cambridge will invest $200 million into revitalizing the Place Ville Marie esplanade and its commercial offerings. The aim is to infuse more vibrancy into the heart of downtown Montreal.
A New Approach to Roofing
George Vassallo is ready to give the roofing industry an upgrade. As founder of the Roofing Contractors Alliance of Canada Inc. (RCACI), he’s introducing property stakeholders to a new kind of roofing network; one driven by industry veterans who aren’t only proven in their field, but have skin in the game.
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.
Marine Gateway wins ULI Global Award
Marine Gateway, Vancouver’s first major transit-oriented development integrated with a Canada Line rapid transit station, was selected as a winner of the Urban Land Institute’s 2017-2018 Global Award for Excellence.

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Toronto builds pedestrian-friendly shopping centre
The City of Toronto opened a new multi-modal shopping centre on the Yonge-University subway line at Wilson station.
An upscale co-working space in Old Montreal
A heritage building once occupied by a financial institution may not be the likeliest of places to relocate a tech company, but a sensitive design intervention made just such a space feel like home for a start-up.
maintenance banner.jpg Building energy benchmarking pays off
In order for energy use to be effectively managed, it must first be measured and understood. Local governments and property owners all across British Columbia want large buildings to be required to track their energy and water consumption, and to report this data to the province every year. 
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ICYMI: How technology is leveraging asset management
A panel discussion at the Real Estate Strategy & Leasing Conference in Toronto this year examined how technology is changing asset management and where the future of office space marketing is headed. Read More »

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