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REMI Network

Office market varies across Canada: report

The Canadian office market added more than 8 million square feet of new supply from mid-year 2015 to mid-year 2016, mainly in Toronto and Calgary
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Canadian Property Management

Victoria’s tech sector: from trendy to sustainable

The tech sector in Victoria, B.C., keeps growing and is now part of a $4 billion a year industry that is no longer trendy, but sustainable.
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REMI Network

GTA office market Q1 shows positive results

The first quarter of 2016 saw positive results for The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) office leasing market, mainly due to downtown leasing.
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REMI Network

GTA commercial sales and leases down in July

In the GTA, the total number of commercial space leased and sold declined on a year-over-year basis in July.
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REMI Network

Suburbs top performer in Q2 GTA office market

The suburban office market outperformed the downtown and midtown markets in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) in the last quarter.
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REMI Network

GTA office market vacancy ‘poised to climb’

Despite the GTA office market ending 2014 on a healthy note, results from Avison Young’s Q1 report on the market show 2015 hasn’t started out as well.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

Q4 stats show strength in Toronto office market

Fourth quarter statistics from Cushman & Wakefield (C&W) reveal a strong Toronto office market. According to the commercial real estate brokerage, 1.6-million square feet of office space was added to the city’s inventory this year and, despite that, vacancy rates remain the same as they were in Q4 2013. C&W reported a mere 0.1 per cent increase from Q3 2014 in Toronto’s office vacancy rate.
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Canadian Facility Management & Design

Canada’s office vacancy rates rise in 2014: report

Corporate real estate advisor and brokerage Newmark Knight Frank Devencore recently released a Real Estate Market Study, noting that office vacancy rates in the downtown areas of many major Canadian cities have increased, year-over-year. Over the last 12 months, Class “A” and “B” office vacancy rates have increased, Canada-wide, from 4.9 per cent to six per cent.