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THIS WEEK'S TOP 5 TRENDING STORIES
1. GTA apartment market trends and transactions
RealNet Canada Inc. announced 2015 GTA apartment market results, noting that total dollar volume for the 12-month period reached $1.7 billion, representing a year-over-year increase of 34 per cent compared to 2014 and matching the previous investment record set in 2013.
 
2. Edmonton's newest purpose-built, luxury rental set to open
The Oliver, Edmonton’s first luxury and purpose-built concrete rental tower in over a decade, is set to begin leasing its studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments.  Read More »
 
3. Global real estate ethics standards in the works
Consultation is underway on proposed International Ethics Standards (IES) for real estate practitioners. Read More »
 
4. IKEA to help reposition Halifax's Dartmouth Crossing
IKEA plans to open a 325,000-square-foot store in Dartmouth Crossing, a popular shopping and entertainment destination in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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5. Buildings sector brainstorms extreme weather
Industry insiders are now pondering how to storm-proof business continuity, while brainstorming about the potential business spinoffs of a reputation for resilience. Read More »
 
 
 
 
     
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