Pinnacle International is launching the second phase of its mixed-use Pinnacle One Young development, the 95-storey SkyTower condo tower which will dominate a significant portion of the city’s skyline. SkyTower will rise 1,027 feet in height.
Brookfield Asset Management (BAM-A-T) is a name that towers over the global investment industry, even if it receives less attention than rivals of similar size. The name adorns the skyscrapers of London’s Canary Wharf, Berlin’s Potsdamer Platz and New York.
Grocery chain Calgary Co-op is acquiring a key site in the heart of the trendy southwest Marda Loop neighbourhood for future development. The company announced Thursday the Marda Loop Village is a 1.77-acre property.
A glimmer of hope has appeared for Calgary’s downtown office market with the leasing of 80,000 square feet to a learning technology company in the new TELUS Sky tower. Absorb Software will lease five floors in the 60-storey skyscraper.
UNESCO warns the planned addition to Ottawa’s Fairmont Château Laurier could damage the “viewscape” and the overall value of the Rideau Canal, a World Heritage site. It wants the project held until it is re-assessed.
For the next 15 years, Desjardins will house its call and administrative centres in Montréal’s Olympic Stadium and for the first time since its opened, architects have pulled back the curtain and invited the media inside.
Montreal is investing an additional $1.7 million in local development corporations for commercial streets. Plateau-Mont-Royal mayor Luc Rabouin announced the shot in the arm for the Sociétés de développement commercial (SDC) at the weekly executive committee meeting.
Metro Vancouver’s already scorching-hot office market is likely to see even further tightening of vacancy rates to new record lows over the next year, according to a new report by Avison Young.
Anyone visiting Vancouver’s Olympic Village today is likely to see cyclists riding along the seawall, residents walking dogs, shoppers leaving stores with purchases and others sitting outside on benches or at the Terra Breads café, enjoying coffees or sandwiches.
Vancouver city council was provided with an update on the ongoing retail and commercial district small business study in response to the rising number of independent closures and storefront vacancies and the impact on neighbourhood character and shopping area vibrancy.
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Caltex Australia Ltd (CTX.AX) said Montreal-headquartered Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. (ATD-A-T) has raised its buyout offer to $7.9 billion Cdn in a final attempt to sway the oil refiner and convenience store firm after interest from Britain’s EG Group.
Dalfen Industrial has acquired Schertz Distribution Center at 17745 Lookout Rd. in Schertz, Texas, near San Antonio. The new class-A industrial property totals 187,288 square feet and is over 70% leased to two major tenants. Financial details were not disclosed.
In early 2018, Structurlam Mass Timber Corp. hired Hardy Wentzel as its new CEO. He had a prioritized strategic plan: Expand the Canadian-based manufacturing company with a southern U.S. facility.
Singapore’s GIC is spending $1.15 billion US to ramp up its Beijing office portfolio with mainland China’s biggest office acquisition since early last year. The sovereign wealth fund acquired the LG Twin Towers in the Chinese capital’s Guomao central business district.
The Vancouver luxury market targets foreign buyers as much as it does domestic ones. And whatever developers are doing with English-sounding and Latinate names seems to be working. The stylish units of The Empire at the Park sold out quickly.
High-profile Vancouver businessman Nelson Skalbania is being sued over the sale of his $13.4-million home on Point Grey Road. The plaintiff is seeking completion of the contract or damages in lieu of completion, or damages for breach of contract.
Mississauga-based Revera has announced construction is underway on the redevelopment of Elmwood Place Long Term Care home in London, Ont. The project is the company’s first long-term-care redevelopment project to break ground in Ontario.
Winnipeg apartment developer Edison Properties is preparing to enter the elder care business, planning an assisted-living facility for seniors, with a special unit for those who have cognition-impaired conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease.