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You’re doing a bad job on housing affordability BC tells government
Housing affordability is the most important issue in British Columbia, beating healthcare, energy & pipelines, and the economy. A report from Insights West shows that BC residents are three times more likely to cite housing affordability as the hot Read More...
Canadian consumer confidence remains weak
Ongoing talk of trade wars and tariffs is dampening sentiment among Canadian consumers. The weekly Bloomberg Nanos Canadian Confidence Index has declined again in the latest reading (54.31) and although the pace of decline slowed, the index is at a 12-month Read More...
Vancouver approves laneway housing improvements
Vancouver will make changes to bylaws to make it easier to build laneway housing. The City Council voted in favour of the changes this week which will help to achieve the Housing Vancouver target of 4,000 new laneway homes over the next 10 years. "It's Read More...
Toronto is fastest-growing tech market in North America
The technology sector is continuing to view Toronto as a great place to be based, driving demand for offices and other CRE units, while also supporting employment in the city. A report from CBRE shows that 28,900 technology jobs were added in 2017, a Read More...
It’s not just condos — Toronto is also running out of commercial real estate
Canada is not just running out of residential real estate in its key markets — the country’s commercial and industrial real estate is also filling up fast. Availability of industrial property across the country fell to a historically low level Read More...
Construction applications for GTA rental buildings tripled last quarter: Urbanation
Toronto’s low rental vacancy rate has been pushing rents upwards for months, and last quarter was no exception. The average rent for a 732 square-foot Toronto apartment rose 11.2 per cent year-over-year to $2,302 last quarter, according to a new Read More...
Robert De Niro Breaks Ground on Nobu Toronto
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PUBLIC EXHIBITION: July 4 to July 17 Ten Design Proposals for Two New Waterfront Parks Unveiled at Toronto City Hall
Waterfront Toronto and the City of Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation have unveilled ten creative design proposals as part of the international design competition for York Street Park and Rees Street Park. Five design proposals will be on display Read More...