Adaptive reuse in commercial real estate is on the rise. No wonder, since it can save time, money, and resources...
EJ has become a force of change in our industry with major implications for developers and investors. Our latest Podcast Episode explains the nuts and bolts of the new law, what industries it will impact, and its broader implications for businesses and projects nationwide.
The Wellington Destructor, the old garbage incinerator in downtown Toronto, is set to undergo a full blown trash-to-treasure transformation.
The province of Ontario released Infrastructure Ontario’s (IO) Fall 2021 P3 Market Update, highlighting 38 major infrastructure projects that use the public-private partnership (P3) model.
CBRE Group Inc. says the national office vacancy rate hit 15.7 per cent in the third quarter for the highest level since 1994 as people continue to work from home because of COVID-19.
TORONTO — Office vacancies in Canada were at the highest level in decades this quarter as new supply continued to come onto the market while the fourth wave of COVID-19 slowed an expected return to work, according to the latest report from CBRE Group Inc.
City council approved a $200-million investment in a downtown strategy in April, including $45 million in grants to help building owners take on the costly work of turning empty towers into residential units, or something else.
Vacancy rates in Calgary and Edmonton industrial property plunge as investors forced to reach beyond already tight markets in Vancouver and Toronto.
The shift to hybrid work has the potential to have a huge impact on the battle against climate change — if the real estate industry can change its idea about the best way to make a profit, and corporate occupiers change their view on what constitutes an environmentally friendly building.
For many residents of the West Don Lands, and those who care about the built heritage of Toronto generally, January and February of this year were a bit of a rough ride as a crew began demolition work on the Dominion Foundry at 153 through185 Eastern Avenue near River Street.
We navigate an increasingly complex industry. When I engage a professional, I expect them to listen to my requirements and establish a strategy to fulfill those requirements and needs.
The purpose of the Regulation respecting the regulatory scheme applying to activities on the basis of their environmental impact is to identify activities that are considered to be of moderate, low or...
Drones arrived on the construction scene a few years ago, primarily for the purpose of providing visual overviews. This was a breakthrough for marketing, client presentations and general site inspection.
The accompanying tables show the top 10 largest upcoming Atlantic and Manitoba, Saskatchewan construction projects in Canada.
For the most part, we are still in the “wait and see” stage as to what longer-term impacts or changes may result from this pandemic.
The Ontario government released the April 2021 P3 Market Update today, which highlights 41 major infrastructure projects across the province.
The demolition that started on January 18th caught many by surprise. There was no warning, no public notice of any sort. It came out of nowhere. Rightfully so, there was community outrage.
Canada’s commercial office sector is down but not out, according to a panel of commercial real estate professionals assembled for the Altus Group’s National State of the Market 2021 webinar recently.