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SCOOP to become first condo on its block
SCOOP will become the first condo on its block when the boutique six-storey collection of 72 suites rises at the corner of St. Clair Avenue West and Osler Street, west of Caledonia Road. The project is slated to launch this spring, with shovels expected to be in the ground by fall 2017.
February housing starts relatively unchanged
In February 2016, the trend measure of Canadian housing starts was 198,880 units, compared to 199,107 units in January, according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).
GTA home sales jump 21.1 per cent in February
In February, 7,621 home sale transactions took place in the Greater Toronto Area, a 21.1 per cent increase compared to February 2015, according to the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB).
 
Trauma scene clean-up
On TV, crime shows do a great job of keeping viewers hooked with their scripts and grisly special effects. But TV shows don’t typically delve into what happens after a dead body is removed from a site and the forensics team has gathered all their evidence.
 
BOMA T.O. informs future energy reporting law
The province of Ontario recently hosted public hearings in regards to Bill 135, Energy Statute Law Amendment Act, which would amend the Green Energy Act to enable a future energy reporting and benchmarking law in Ontario.
EnerQuality fêtes Ontario's green home builders
During a gala event in Toronto, the 2015 EnerQuality Awards were handed out to Ontario home builders who are leaders, influencers and innovators in the residential green building and construction industry.
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2016 housing trends at the National Home Show
According to the National Home Show, a home and garden consumer show owned and operated by the Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD), three housing trends will impact how Canadians live this year.
Heather Tremain named Options for Homes CEO
Heather Tremain, a Vancouver-based development consultant and Harvard Fellow, has been named chief executive officer of Options for Homes, a Toronto-based non-profit affordable home developer.

A checklist for setting condo budget priorities
How to go about creating a financial plan when a corporation is facing rate increases.
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