City’s office and industrial rebounded in 2019, while Toronto and Vancouver still dominate, the suburbs sizzle and Calgary industrial signals hope
Amid more than 930,000 sq. ft. of positive net absorption and tightening of the Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Ottawa office markets, Canada’s overall vacancy rate decreased to 10.9%.
More than 7.1 million sq. ft. of industrial space was absorbed across Canada in the fourth quarter as 9.2 million sq. ft. of new industrial supply was added to the national inventory.
While Toronto remains Canada’s top market for tech employment, Victoria, Oshawa, Hamilton and Guelph gather major momentum
The majority of lenders surveyed by CBRE plan to maintain or increase allocations to real estate, and some cities will benefit more than others
Canada’s Office Coworking Market Has Expanded by 303% in 5 Years
A quarterly snapshot of Canadian commercial real estate cap rates and investment trends
Toronto is North America’s fastest-growing tech market, edging out Washington, D.C. for third spot. Vancouver jumps to No. 12, and Montreal comes in at No. 13
For Canadian commercial real estate, 2019 presents a once-in-a-generation moment characterized by record low vacancy rates, rising rents, a wave of new construction and an unprecedented landlord bargaining position