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THIS WEEK'S TOP 5 TRENDING STORIES
1. CRE industry struggles with data-driven decisions
Commercial real estate executives across the globe say that major obstacles are preventing them from using data to drive improved asset and investment management decisions. Some of these issues include, the veracity and normalization of data itself, lack of tools and expertise, issues around regulatory requirements and little buy-in from companies.
 
2. CaGBC to launch Zero Carbon Building Standard
The Canada Green Building Council unveiled the first phase of its Zero Carbon Buildings Initiative, which will ultimately result in the launch of a Zero Carbon Building Standard in spring 2017.
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3. Building performance upgrades add asset value
A $2-million project that snowballs into $20 million is rarely characterized as a triumph, which, green building proponents maintain, is precisely why a financial lens alone is inadequate for assessing the merits of capital spending.
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4. CF Masonville Place completes $77-million expansion
CF Masonville place, a 31-year-old shopping centre in London, Ontario, opens its $77-million expansion project today—the mall's first major renovation since 1985.
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5. Office space differentiator in hiring top talent
Employee considerations play a prominent role in positioning office space to the market, with human resources now being a key decision-maker in the process.
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