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Edmonton developer eyes Victoria airport build

Edmonton developer eyes Victoria airport build

If York Properties bid is successful, the $50 million industrial build-to-suit would surpass in size all the major industrial construction projects now underway across Greater Victoria
Alberta restaurant, bar owners defy lockdown orders

Alberta restaurant, bar owners defy lockdown orders

At least 10 establishments in Olds and Sundre say they will remain open for dine-in service despite provincial orders to shut down
Calgary world’s most affordable city for housing U.K. study says

Calgary world’s most affordable city for housing U.K. study says

In comparison, the average income earner in Vancouver can now afford 54 square feet of housing, up from 40 square feet in 2006. In Calgary it is now nearly 154 square feet.
Hard core of work-from-homers won’t return to office

Hard core of work-from-homers won’t return to office

About one in three professionals working from home due to the pandemic would quit their job rather than return to the office full time, Robert Half survey finds
U.S. investor upgrades office, retail space in Calgary

U.S. investor upgrades office, retail space in Calgary

San Francisco-based Speer Street Capital draws new tenants as it rebrands and upgrades “bland” office and retail complex in Calgary’s Beltline
Aspen Properties confident of Calgary office, retail recovery

Aspen Properties confident of Calgary office, retail recovery

Large city developer is forging ahead with $25 million makeover of Sun Life Plaza office and retail complex downtown
Calgary 2020 CRE sales skid to a 10-year low

Calgary 2020 CRE sales skid to a 10-year low

Despite a mild rally in the multi-family sector, city saw 2020 commercial real estate sales volumes tumble nearly a third from a year earlier
Alberta home sales surge surprises even agents

Alberta home sales surge surprises even agents

Multiple bids and even flippers emerge as Edmonton home sales soar 52 per cent and Calgary posts the highest sales since the oil-price crash back in 2014,
Alberta retailers ready to reopen as aid boosted

Alberta retailers ready to reopen as aid boosted

Provincial support starts April 1 while federal rent and wage subsidies extended to June
Alberta boosts business aid and eyes reopening

Alberta boosts business aid and eyes reopening

Struggling small and mid-sized businesses can apply for “enhanced benefits” and the money does not have to be repaId