CANADIAN APARTMENT MAGAZINE

CanadianApartmentMay2018

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No one understands the importance of soundproofing more than rental apartment managers. Whether it’s the sound of thumping music, the roar of street traffic, or the clanking of nearby railways, loud exterior noise can depress occupancy rates and make for cranky tenants.

When planning to build a rental property aimed at older Canadians, developers should balance the need to remain competitive in the marketplace with the need for cost-effective services and amenities that correspond to the demands of residents.

Publicly owned rental housing will be thrust into the role of demonstrating how greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from Vancouver’s building stock can be significantly reduced.

On June 7th, Ontario Progressive Conservative party leader Doug Ford was elected the province’s new premier in a majority vote that has left some industries fearing the worst and others optimistic of much-needed change.

Recent data released from the Altus Group indicates that the Alberta market is showing signs of economic recovery. Alberta’s two largest cities both experienced a strong 2017 despite the breakdown of investment dollars differing heavily per sector.

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