CPM September 2018 FINAL LR

Message from our Editor:
Commercial real estate drives the economy as an employer and purchaser of goods and services; it backstops the economy as an investment asset class; and it literally houses a vast portion of global economic activity.
Canadian Property Management drills into and draws connections between each of these key functions — exploring how the buildings sector coexists with a fragile environment and its multidisciplinary workforce navigates an evolving society.
BarbsmallBarbara Carss, Editor-in-Chief - Canadian Property Management

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For the commercial real estate industry, the key message from Canada’s recently unveiled 2016-17 federal budget could be: wait until next year.

Commercial real estate operators have a steadily accumulating inventory of lessons learned from extreme weather events, providing both motivation and insight to prepare for more climate volatility in the future.

Broccolini has opened the Broccolini Corporate Centre Saint-Laurent 2, a LEED Silver, 129,310 square foot commercial and office space over five floors.

Canadian GRESB Results Lead the Larger Pack Thursday, September 17, 2015

Canadian GRESB Results Lead the Larger Pack

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Despite standout performance, Canadian achievement is somewhat obscured in the bigger picture of the 2015 Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) survey.
2015 GRESB Results Plot Improved Green Status Thursday, September 03, 2015

2015 GRESB Results Plot Improved Green Status

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Participants in the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) survey continue to grow in number and demonstrate improved performance. Results for 2015, released Sept. 2, provide an overview of 707 organizations with 61,000 properties worldwide, collectively valued at U.S. $2.3 trillion (CAD $3 trillion).

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