Residential

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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Yorkville sees high-end rental apartment deal

Hollyburn Properties scoops up a scarce asset: a rental apartment building in Toronto's Yorkville district.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

CAPREIT bolsters Canadian apartment portfolio

CAPREIT acquires four apartment buildings, encompassing 285 units, in Burlington, Ontario.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Simple solutions for resolving tenant conflicts

All landlords and property managers encounter tenant conflicts at some point. Here are some simple solutions to help mitigate those disputes before you end up in a courtroom.
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CondoBusiness

North York retail store adds townhouses to site

Developers of a mixed-use project, featuring a 42,000-square-foot Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) store, at 784 Sheppard Ave. in Toronto, Ont. have received approval from the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) to add a 50-unit stacked townhouse complex to the site and construction is now underway.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

A multi-residential year in review

With the arrival of 2015, it’s fair to say that the real estate market is facing some uncertainty. Here are highlights from Avison Young's market report.
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REMI Network

Canada ties fourth for tallest new buildings

Three buildings in Toronto were among the world’s tallest new structures of 2014, pushing Canada to the top of a global list recently compiled by
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Conversions fuel multifamily trend

Station on Whyte, a residential complex in Edmonton, is an example of an emerging trend in real estate that sees full condo-to-apartment building conversions on the rise in 2014.
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CondoBusiness

Housing market modestly overvalued: CMHC

Apart from modest overvaluation — and a cautionary note about overbuilding in Montreal and Toronto — Canada’s housing markets largely align with underlying demographic and
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REMI Network

New residential development coming to Regina

Regina will be getting a new residential development in the city's northwest district within the expansive neighbourhood of Coopertown.
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CondoBusiness

T.O. mayoral candidates debate land transfer tax

Olivia Chow and John Tory challenged how and whether Doug Ford could deliver on a promise to phase out the municipal land transfer tax at
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

CO alarms now mandatory in Ontario homes

A new regulation came into effect on October 15, making carbon monoxide alarms mandatory in all Ontario residential homes.
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CondoBusiness

Transactions up in the GTA

Toronto Real Estate Board President Paul Etherington announced that there were 8,051 transactions reported through the TorontoMLS system in September 2014. This result represented a 10.9 per cent increase compared to September 2013.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

The height of residential towers

Tall commercial towers are nothing new, but the last few years have seen an exceptional crop of super-slim residential buildings sprouting up in cities all over the world. From Manhattan to Mumbai, tall towers are as fashionable as they are effectual given advancements in engineering and the sophistication of modern building materials.
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Design Quarterly

The push for exotic veneers

As evidenced at this year’s KBIS (Kitchen and Bathroom Industry Show), one trend gaining significant ground in the kitchen and bath industry is the use of exotic veneers.
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Design Quarterly

Faucet technology evolves

There’s no denying that the kitchen is often the heart of every home. With so many tasks performed in this vital living space, it’s become increasingly important to ensure that all the tools are optimized for the homeowner’s lifestyle and routine.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

Micro apartments on the rise in Canada

Micro apartments are increasingly becoming a part of the purpose-built rental market, particularly in cities like Vancouver and Toronto where the marketplace has made rents significantly higher.
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CondoBusiness

Toronto to curb builders’ use of public space?

A Toronto city councillor is proposing to curb the practice of allowing developers to occupy the public right-of-way. It’s a move that has surprised and