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University District

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Calgary’s University District gets LEED Platinum

Calgary’s University District is the largest residential project in Canadian history to earn LEED Platinum certification for Neighbourhood Development.
Fort McMurray

CondoBusiness

Property Disaster Management at Fort McMurray

Two months after the Fort McMurray wildfires began, they were deemed under control thanks to the efforts of responders, including FirstOnSite Restoration.
Royal Alberta Museum

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Royal Alberta Museum set to open in late 2017

Construction on the exterior of the new Royal Alberta Museum is complete, bringing the facility one step closer to opening in late 2017.
greenhouse

Canadian Facility Management & Design

First purpose-built greenhouse to rise in Alberta

Aurora Cannabis has completed the design, engineering and tender process for phase one of a 600,000-square-foot, fully automated greenhouse in Alberta.
light industrial property

REMI Network

Summit buys light industrial property in Alberta

Summit Industrial Income REIT is going to acquire a 141,628 square foot light industrial property in Calgary, Alberta for approximately $12.675 million.
RFQ

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Alberta increases hospital funding by 16 per cent

As part of Alberta’s 2016 budget, the province is allocating an extra 16 per cent to maintaining and renewing healthcare facilities. The province’s 2016 capital
Calgary

Canadian Facility Management & Design

U of Calgary receives $17-mil Alberta investment

As part of Alberta’s 2016 Budget, the University of Calgary is receiving a $17 million investment over two years to explore redevelopment options for some
Fort Mac

Canadian Property Management

Fort McMurray landlords monitor fire from afar

Nearly $2 billion worth of commercial and industrial properties are primarily located outside the fire zone, downtown or in the north part of the city.
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Canadian Property Management

Alberta carbon fees to fund energy efficiency

As outlined in the 2016 Alberta budget, carbon fees will show up differently in the key utilities of electricity and natural gas, creating a blend of transparent and more nebulous new costs.
N3 Condos

CondoBusiness

Alberta’s first car-free condo breaks ground

On Nov. 19, N3 Condo in Calgary’s East Village broke ground. The project, a joint effort between Calgary-based Knightsbridge, Toronto-based Metropia and the Calgary Municipal
heritage

REMI Network

Alberta heritage buildings get funding boost

More than 60 heritage projects across Alberta will benefit from a $1.5 million funding boost from the Alberta Historical Resources Foundation.
Centre Village Mall

REMI Network

Centre Village Mall undergoes record upgrade

Centre Village Mall in Alberta, is planning the largest redevelopment in its 45 year history with a capital investment totaling more than $26 million.
Henday Industrial Park

REMI Network

Henday Industrial Park signs first major tenant

Alberta-based Henday Industrial Park has signed on Brock White Canada Company (Brock White) as its first major tenant.
città green

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Lethbridge, Alta. gets its first LEED Gold building

On July 22, the Helen Schuler Nature Centre celebrated becoming Lethbridge, Alta.'s first LEED-Gold certified building with a plaque unveiling.
economic downturn has rental repercussions

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Economic downturn has rental repercussions

With low oil prices and slow housing starts predicted to take their toll on the economy, what effects will they have on Alberta's rental market? Amit Grover of Colliers, Edmonton, shares his insights.
Alberta

Canadian Property Management

Real estate industry ponders new government

Real estate owners, managers and investors contemplate the impact of the surprising change in Alberta's provincial government.
St. Vital Park Pavilion

REMI Network

Wood projects win Prairie Wood Design Awards

Eight Prairie Wood Design Awards were handed out at Alberta’s 8th annual Wood WORKS! ceremony. Chosen from a pool of more than forty entries, the