Adaptive reuse in commercial real estate is on the rise. No wonder, since it can save time, money, and resources...
Watch the webinar recording of Adaptive Reuse Trends in the Commercial Real Estate Market from November 18, 2021.
In recent years, adaptive reuse strategies — which transform an existing structure to allow it to serve a new purpose...
As both office vacancies and housing shortages continue to be prominent issues across the United States and Canada, more and more people in the real estate industry are beginning to look at office buildings and whether they have any potential for conversion — also known as adaptive reuse.
The Ontario Land Tribunal recently ruled that South Stormont Township must continue to treat the Raisin River Heritage Centre, 17283 County Road 18, St. Andrews West, as an important part of the cultural heritage of the Township.
One of the hot-button topics these days in city planning is the adaptive reuse — or repurposing — of older buildings by renovating them to accommodate new uses, rather than tearing them down.
It seems no building is safe from Toronto's unquenchable thirst for more condos, with one of the latest targets an early 20th-century skyscraper that once defined the city skyline.
The old Great West Metal Building on Waterfront Drive and Alexander Avenue will be getting a makeover thanks to a development firm out of Calgary.