Steve McLean

Steve McLean , Writer

Steve is a veteran writer, reporter, editor and communications specialist whose work has appeared in a wide variety of print and online outlets. He’s the author of the book Hot Canadian Bands and has taught reporting to college students. He is based in Toronto.

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Trinity Ravine Towers BIZ Scarborough church building seniors condominiums

“We’re not just building a building, we’re building a community,” Trinity Ravine Towers chief executive officer Kern Kalideen said of...

212 Davis Apartments is the first purpose-built rental tower constructed in Newmarket, north of Toronto, since the 1980s. (Image courtesy Rose Corp.) BIZ Rose Corporation takes on partners to build rentals

The Rose Corporation partnered with Greenwin/Verdiroc Developments on Newmarket’s 212 Davis Apartments, the first new, privately funded, purpose-built market rental...

Avi Behar, Yosi Behar and Greg Evans of The Behar Group (TBG) in Toronto. (Image courtesy The Behar Group) BIZ Toronto’s TBG passes from father to son, partner

Steve McLean | Commercial | 2017-10-17
While The Behar Group Realty Inc. (TBG) has just undergone a change at the top, the familiar names still involved...

Ken Mariash, the founder and co-owner of Focus Equities. BIZ Focus Equities’ Mariash sets sights on master plans

Steve McLean | Commercial | 2017-10-17
Ken Mariash started in the building business when he was in high school and — with 50 years of experience...

Southland Mall in Regina is one of 44 former OneREIT properties purchased by Strathallen. BIZ Strathallen hits ‘critical mass’ with OneREIT acquisitions: Spence

Steve McLean | Commercial | 2017-10-12
The acquisition of 44 former OneREIT properties by Strathallen Capital Corp. has moved the company into the big league among...

Ross Moore of Cresa is the co-author of a report on co-working and shared office spaces in Canada. BIZ Shared office space, co-working major growth trends

Steve McLean | Commercial | 2017-10-10
Shared office space could account for 20 per cent of the overall office market in Canada within the next decade,...
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