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1. Inside the transformation of Halifax's Pier 21
Halifax’s Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 officially reopened last year, following a $30-million capital and thematic expansion.Today the transformation supports the institution in telling both local and national stories of newcomers to the country under its increased mandate. In supporting that mandate, the project needed to balance meeting rigid environmental requirements for new artifacts and preserving significant historical features of the building.
2. Investor demand targets purpose-built rental
Morguard's Director of Research Keith Reading provides advance insights into Q1 market conditions, noting that things continue to look optimistic for the purpose-built rental scene.
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3. A call for resources for lone elderly residents
Property managers and condo boards see increased complex legal compliance issues related to lone elderly residents lacking support networks.
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4. Vancouver building to be renown architect's tallest
Pritzker Prize winning architect Shigeru Ban, renown for his deft use of renewable materials and disaster relief architecture, is planning to design his tallest structure ever for Vancouver’s Coal Harbour neighbourhood.
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5. Northview sponsors Iqaluit Aquatic Centre
Northview Apartment Real Estate Investment Trust is sponsoring the Iqaluit Aquatic Centre. The centre will be a new hub for recreation and sport in Iqaluit, and a place where children and youth will develop physically, mentally and socially.
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