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The Rebirth Of General Growth Properties
General Growth Properties (NYSE: GGP), the second-largest public U.S. mall landlord, is living up to its name once again.
GGP plans 'open-air plaza' at Columbia mall
An "open-air plaza" surrounded by yet-to-be-selected restaurant and retail tenants is planned to be built at the Columbia mall in the space currently occupied by L.L.
Dragon's Den star reveals why he's still bullish on real estate
“I've been in and out of three properties in Whistler since 2001 and that market has been very good to me, because I'm very bullish, in real estate in general, and more specifically on the resort real estate market,” he says. Croxon is an avid skier ...
Vancouver unveils plan to replace viaducts with 'super road', more housing
The plan has yet to be approved, and the planners will bring back a final version within months, but the general proposal received thumbs up from both Vision Vancouver and Non-Partisan Association councillors.
Whole Foods to open in Columbia
The longtime headquarters of the Rouse Co. will become home to the first Howard County branch of Whole Foods Market under a $20 million plan to renovate one of the community's most prominent landmarks and draw new residents downtown.
Media questions to Brad Wall, Pat Fiacco, Roger Brandvold
That's why the facility fee is so important, to reduce the burden on the property-tax payers. Just to put it in perspective for everyone … the facility fee for those 10 days (of games per year) actually pays for that facility.
No Toronto condo bubble, RBC says
There is no bubble in Toronto's condo market, says the economics department of Royal Bank of Canada, the country's largest bank and biggest mortgage lender.
City's car theft crown tied to Six Nations
Since the theft is a property crime, it is often not considered a serious crime before the courts, he said, adding that convicted criminals are often quickly back on the streets, stealing cars again.
Enbridge indicates it is ready to revise Northern Gateway design
Enbridge Inc. is proposing to spend up to $500 million to change the design of its Northern Gateway pipeline in a bid to address safety concerns of aboriginal groups and others.
Vancouver theatre community takes on the Prime Minister
Practically every theatre company in the city has joined together to mount a staged reading of a satirical play —Proud - that Toronto's Tarragon theatre chose not to present after a board member raised concerns that Stephen Harper might have a case ...