Danny Kucharsky

Danny Kucharsky

Danny is a multiple award-winning journalist based in Montreal, who has written for about 75 magazines and newspapers in Canada and the U.S. His credits include The Globe and Mail, Montreal Gazette, Maclean's, Chicago Tribune and a wide variety of business, specialized trade and medical magazines. Danny was also the Montreal correspondent for Marketing Magazine for several years.

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The Tour des Canadiens condo towers are part of the Quad Windsor development in downtown Montreal. BIZ Tour des Canadiens 3 condo tower launches in Montreal

The Montreal Canadiens are having trouble scoring goals but the team has scored a hat trick when it comes to...

Montreal LRT / subway train system BIZ Leasing on Montreal LRT corridor to get boost: Panel

Danny Kucharsky | Commercial | 2017-10-19
Montreal’s Technoparc could emerge as the victor of the leasing stakes when the city gets its new light-rail transit network,...

An artist's rendering of a portion of Devimco's Solar Uniquartier development in Montreal. BIZ Montreal’s South Shore a bustling CRE hub

Danny Kucharsky | Commercial | 2017-10-17
A combination of factors ranging from less traffic congestion to cheaper leasing costs are making the South Shore of Montreal...

Landlords in Quebec have serious concerns about how legalizing marijuana usage will affect their buildings. BIZ Legalized marijuana big concern for multi-res owners

Even if provincial governments ban tenants from growing marijuana plants in their homes – in the face of proposed federal...

The new CBC/Radio-Canada building in Montreal will be part of a major development at the eastern edge of the city's downtown. BIZ Broccolini begins building new Montreal CBC HQ

Danny Kucharsky | Commercial | 2017-10-03
Construction has begun on the new headquarters for CBC/Radio-Canada in Montreal as part of a mixed-use project that will eventually...

Cushman & Wakefield logo. BIZ Timing is right for major hotel investments: C & W

Danny Kucharsky | Commercial | 2017-08-31
A rollback of the welcome mat to many foreign tourists south of the border means Canada’s hotel industry staying strong...
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