CBRE

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Canadian Facility Management & Design

CBRE hires East Canada workplace strategy head

CBRE Limited has hired Lisa Fulford-Roy as Managing Director in Workplace Strategy for Eastern Canada. Fulford-Roy brings over 20 years of experience to the role.
workplace transformation

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Inside CBRE’s latest workplace transformation

CBRE's Toronto West team was the first of three GTA offices to move into new digs as the firm completes a cross-country workplace transformation program.
industrial

REMI Network

E-commerce leads Canada’s industrial market

E-commerce and big box retailers led growth in Canada’s core industrial markets during 2015 as large bay warehouse space experienced the greatest demand. This trend
ENGIE

REMI Network

CBRE forms new GTA management team

CBRE Limited announced the integration of its three Greater Toronto Area (GTA) brokerage offices and the appointment a new management team.
GDI

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Acquisition of Global Workplace Solutions closes

On Sept. 1, CBRE Group, Inc. announced that it has closed the acquisition of Johnson Controls, Inc.’s Global Workplace Solutions business.
Industrial decoupling trends in the GTA

REMI Network

Industrial decoupling trends in the GTA

There is an increased demand for traditional office space as industrial companies look to consolidate office operations in the Greater Toronto Area.
CBRE

REMI Network

CBRE hotel investment team adds new member

Marc-Aurèle Mailloux-Gagnon has joined Bill Stone’s hotel investment team at CBRE Limited.
QualityInnHalifax

REMI Network

CBRE advises the sale of two well-located hotels

CBRE has announced the sale of two well-located hotels, one in Halifax and one in Toronto. On behalf of Banc Group of Properties, CBRE advised
rental housing industry

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Multi-family housing demand on the rise: CBRE

According to a recent report from the CBRE, demand for multi-family housing is stronger than ever in Canada and, as such, developers are shifting their focus to purpose-built rental housing. The CBRE says multi-family starts rose 52.2 per cent over the five-year average in 2014 as a result of low vacancy rates and a lack of affordable home ownership opportunities.