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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...

Espace 30 Beauharnois is a joint venture by Groupe Custeau, Groupe Lagacé Immobilier and Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ. (Rendering courtesy Fonds de solidarité FTQ) BIZ Fonds JVs on new Montreal commercial centre in Beauharnois

A 48,000 square foot office building has opened in the first phase of a $55 million commercial development located on...

Image of Reliance Properties' Berkley at English Bay in Vancouver. BIZ Vancouver’s Reliance goes extra mile for evicted tenants

Evan Duggan | Property Biz Canada | 2018-06-21
Vancouver developer and landlord Reliance Properties will provide double the financial compensation it is legally required to offer residents of...

Arie Barendrecht is the CEO of WiredScore. BIZ 75 Canadian office buildings seek WiredScore certification, so far

WiredScore, the company behind the international standard which rates Internet connectivity in commercial buildings, continues to expand across Canada since...

This proposed Dymon facility on Dufferin St. in Toronto will include storage, offices, retail and condos in a nine-storey building. (Rendering courtesy Dymon) BIZ Dymon takes innovative storage concepts into GTA

Dymon Storage has a simple strategy, though the execution can be quite complex; bring storage closer to the people who...

A view of downtown Vancouver. BIZ Strata condo windups ‘creative’ Vancouver property investments

Evan Duggan | Property Biz Canada | 2018-06-19
The Metro Vancouver commercial property investment market is showing signs of slowing, according to a 2018 first quarter report by...

Featured Columns

Value: Weighed and Measured »
Real estate sidelined by e-commerce won’t stay dormant
Change is inevitable, in real estate as it is with any other segment of the economy. Some of those affected...
Commercial Real Estate Insider »
Hydro usage penalties, and how businesses can avoid them
Thousands of Canadian businesses are unwittingly paying hydro penalties which are, in most cases, buried in their monthly hydro bills....
The Long View »
Building better communities, one shopping centre at a time
Richard Crenian | The Long View | 2018-05-08
For too long, suburban living has been perceived to be all about the automobile, home-ownership, detached properties and sometimes a...
The Saskatchewan Edge »
Why you need to engage a Broker to lease your space
From time to time we will receive a floor call from an individual asking one question: how do we charge...
CRE Tech: Riding the Digital Wave »
Choosing a CRE Tech Platform: Find a solution you’ll stick with
Today’s CRE Tech space hardly resembles the world in which my co-founders and I launched VTS in 2012. Back then,...
In The Condo Know »
Design takes on new importance in condominium market
Derek Nzeribe | In The Condo Know | 2018-05-31
New Column Contributor: Now that Ottawa is following in Toronto’s footsteps as a hot residential market, we have much to...
The Title Page »
Title insurance — a matter of opinion
Eric Haslett | The Title Page | 2016-04-26
“What more am I getting?” This is one of the first questions people ask when their lawyer suggests purchasing...
Capital Commentary »
CMHC underwriting mortgage changes
If you are already an apartment building owner or looking to purchase an apartment building then you have two mortgage...
Let's Make Things Interesting »
What to expect from the Vancouver housing market
What will the year 2017 hold for real estate and development in the lower mainland? It’s a question that has...
The Apartment Building Expert »
Understanding cap rates in the apartment sector
Capitalization rates, or cap rates, are a way of estimating the general rate of return of an apartment building by...
The Crowdfunding Corner »
Ontario Finance Minister updates CRELA at luncheon
Ontario Minister of Finance Charles Sousa recently told Commercial Real Estate Lenders Association (CRELA) members he would like to see...
Westcoast News »
Vancouver’s plan for False Creek Flats falls short
Cori Howard | Westcoast News | 2017-05-30
The False Creek Flats area of Vancouver is the last bastion of opportunity for creating a diverse mix of industrial...
The Numbers Game »
Who sets new homes prices, the market or developers?
Ben Myers | The Numbers Game | 2018-06-14
A frequent talking point among southwestern Ontario new condominium and apartment developers this year is the sharp increase in construction...
BOMA Canada News »
BOMA Regina hosts BOMEX for the first time
Victoria Gabel | BOMA Canada News | 2016-10-10
For the first time in its history, BOMEX® came to the Queen City of Regina! From September 20-22nd, BOMA Regina...
National Viewpoint »
A ‘Net Zero’ home: What does it really mean?
Bob Finnigan | National Viewpoint | 2017-12-29
In Canada, our new homes are already some of the most energy efficient in the world. There has, however, been...
Finance Re-imagined »
Debunking the myths around Vancouver real estate prices
The big news out of Vancouver recently has been the release of a report by Resonance Consulting about the future...
The Strategic Broker »
A boom for rental as owners cash out of homes
Sean Tait | The Strategic Broker | 2017-04-11
Today, millions of Canadians have been blessed with unprecedented wealth due in large part to one key financial asset: their...
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