Building Magazine


  • Feature Building

    Walk With Joy

    August 29, 2016 by Richard Joy

    ULI Toronto’s Executive Director uses the lens of Brexit and Donald Trump and sees the late Rob Ford as a canary-in-the-coal mine of a global zeitgeist.

  • Feature Real Estate

    Welcome to Vancouver. Now pay up!

    August 29, 2016 by Megan J. Lem

    Ontario and other Provinces watch and wait to see the outcome of British Columbia’s brave new taxation of foreign buyers in Vancouver

  • Bears repeating

    August 25, 2016 by Peter Sobchak

    Our building stock is getting old. Dangerously so, say many experts. The average age of non-residential building in Ontario is now 38.4 years – the oldest in the country, says the CMHC in their Canada Housing Observer from 2006 (already

  • Feature Real Estate

    The Business of Buying

    August 25, 2016 by Shannon Moore

    The office condo trend is thriving in the City of Toronto and Metro Vancouver; but is buying your office space always better than leasing?

  • Where we work vs. Where we live

    August 25, 2016 by Paul Barker

    There is indeed a conflict between the two and, more often than not, the latter wins out.

  • Feature Building

    Time to reinvest in aging municipal buildings

    August 25, 2016 by

    According to the 2016 Canadian Infrastructure Report Card (CIRC), one third of existing municipal infrastructure in Canada is at risk of rapid deterioration, and requires repair and accelerated renewal. The report found that seven out of eight infrastructure categories were

  • Feature Building

    Curb Appeal

    August 25, 2016 by Building

    Main Street North Development Permit System a first for the City of Brampton

  • The New WCH

    August 25, 2016 by Leslie C. Smith

    A hospital designed to keep people out of the hospital

  • Feature Real Estate

    Bases Covered

    August 19, 2016 by Mark Borkowski

    Why a due diligence review is essential in a business acquisition

  • Feature Construction

    Corrosive Corruption

    August 19, 2016 by Shannon Moore

    Brazil’s overt corruption scandals affect not only the Summer Olympic Games, but may also signal a ‘New Era’ in the global regulatory enforcement landscape.

  • Why Does Public Art Matter?

    July 18, 2016 by David Allison

    There is research galore that proves we can create new synaptic connections in our brain if we alter the most mundane of our daily tasks even slightly. Cross the street at a different corner than you have done before. Eat

  • Disrupting Green Building

    July 4, 2016 by Jerry Yudelson

    Certified green buildings are failing to fulfill a promise to transform the marketplace in a meaningful way. What we need is a green building revolution.