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Building - December 2014/January 2015

Features

Opportunities in the 'Land of Morning Calm'
Spotlight: South Korea

Sticks and Stones
Ontario's proposed changes to the Building Code clear the way for mid-rise wooden buildings, but not everybody is happy.

Urbanization is here to stay (and it's clouding property lines)
"Everyone wants prime properties, but in the Canadian market the bidding on those can be quite competitive, so the market has gotten very creative in finding ways to enhance value."

Does Orthodox Urban Planning Kill?
Chronic Disease and the Healthy Cities Movement in Canada


Departments

Legal

The Shadowy and Vague Boundaries of Modern Easements
The lines of the survey are just the starting point in understanding the true boundaries of modern easements.

Editor's Note

Viewpoint

Walk With Joy
ULI Toronto's Executive Director reflects on the positive and negative potentials of land value capture and Tax Increment Financing while walking in New York City.


KRW Awards