Kathy Kerr

Kathy Kerr

Kathy Kerr is an Alberta journalist with four decades of experience as a writer and editor. She covered general news and provincial politics as a reporter for the Calgary Herald in the 1980s and worked at the Edmonton Journal from the 1990s to 2016 in several editor roles, including business editor, city editor, features editor, editorial page editor and finally deputy editor of the Postmedia Edmonton newsroom. Kathy is now a freelance writer and commentator.

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The Raymond Block is a mixed-use development in Edmonton's Strathcona district, being built by Wexford Developments. BIZ Calgary builder returns to roots at Edmonton’s Raymond Block

Kathy Kerr | Property Biz Canada | 2018-01-16
From his office in Calgary Kendal Harazny can watch a live time-lapse web feed of construction on his firm’s six-floor...

Pine Creek Manor in Edmonton is a joint venture between RMS Group and the Capital Region Housing Corp. BIZ RMS, Edmonton agency put new spin on ‘social’ housing

Kathy Kerr | Property Biz Canada | 2017-11-14
What will be easy to see at Edmonton’s Pine Creek Manor is that the apartments are designed for the middle-income...

The Mayfair BIZ Edmonton apartment market riding out the storm

Kathy Kerr | Property Biz Canada | 2017-10-25
The numbers for Edmonton’s apartment market looked relatively grim entering 2017: vacancy rate at a 20-year high and slumping rental...

Barclay Street Real Estate, with offices in Edmonton and Calgary. BIZ Edmonton CRE investment tops $1B so far in 2017

Kathy Kerr | Commercial | 2017-08-29
Edmonton’s market is staging a recovery from the economic slump that plagued Alberta over the last two years according to...

Grand Central Properties. BIZ Stable, steady, growing: That’s Grand Central Properties

Kathy Kerr | Commercial | 2017-08-24
Grand Central Properties might be headquartered in a town reminiscent of the Wild West, but this commercial development and real...

Workers build ramps inside the B-Line Indoor Bike Park BMX centre, which will open in August in Calgary. It's part of a trend toward more indoor sports and recreation facilities. BIZ Indoor sports, rec facilities a growing CRE niche

Kathy Kerr | Commercial | 2017-07-25
Long winters, property owners and real estate brokers looking to repurpose vacant space, and enterprising recreational entrepreneurs are creating new...
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