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Don't get too specific
How recent landmark court decisions are changing available recourses to collapsing commercial real estate deals that could have wide-ranging implications for developers, especially those using single-purpose corporations.
When the "Check Engine" light comes on
City renewal activities are increasingly driving the market toward the retrofit of existing buildings, and retro-commissioning provides an enhanced framework of delivery for the retrofit steps.
Playing Hard to Get
Calgary and Toronto are not the only beneficiaries of exploding demand for office space. Many Canadian cities are enjoying the low vacancies that come with robust downtown development. Even the suburbs are getting in on the solid performance story.
Bay Street in Toronto named the most expensive street for office space in Canada
Voices Raze Mistakes
The story of Regent Park's billion-dollar revitalization and the public consultation strategy that made it work.
Social Utility at a Cost
The end may justify the means, but it does not justify disproportionate harm, nor is public interest an excuse to avoid compensation.