Don Wilcox

Don Wilcox

Don is a veteran editor and journalist with three decades of experience in print and online news, including 20 years at the Ottawa Sun. Most recently, he was the Sun’s Sr. Online Editor. Don has also been a part-time professor at Algonquin College, teaching digital writing and social media in the Mobile and Social Media Management program.

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Minto Apartment REIT logo. BIZ Minto Apartment REIT updates IPO, seeks $500M valuation

Don Wilcox | Property Biz Canada | 2018-06-25
An updated share offering filed Friday for the new Minto Apartment Real Estate Investment Trust values the REIT’s initial...

Cushman & Wakefield logo. BIZ Cushman & Wakefield files IPO to go public

Don Wilcox | Property Biz Canada | 2018-06-21
Cushman & Wakefield, one of the oldest and largest global real estate services providers, has filed a preliminary prospectus to...

Renderings of: Cadillac Fairview is developing both 16 York, left, and 160 Front St., West in Toronto. BIZ Cadillac Fairview CEO ‘all-in’ on downtown Toronto office market

Don Wilcox | Commercial | 2018-06-14
With two major office projects which will deliver more than two million square feet of space to the market, Cadillac...

Rendering of the Royalmount development by Carbonleo on the Island of Montreal. BIZ L Catterton joins Carbonleo’s $1.7B Montreal Royalmount project

Don Wilcox | Commercial | 2018-06-12
International private equity investor L Catterton Real Estate is buying into Royalmount, a $1.7-billion mixed-use business and entertainment district by...

Summit Industrial Income REIT logo. BIZ Summit adds five industrial properties in GTA, Calgary

Don Wilcox | Commercial | 2018-06-07
Five warehouse and logistics properties in the Greater Toronto Area and Calgary are about to enter Summit Industrial Income REIT’s...

Kevan Gorrie will become the CEO of Granite REIT. BIZ Former PIRET CEO Kevan Gorrie to take over at Granite

Don Wilcox | Commercial | 2018-06-05
With his work at PIRET complete, Kevan Gorrie is moving on to a new challenge as chief executive officer of...
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