Corporate Real Estate Blog

  • The Ontario Building Code

    The Ontario Building  Code With more agile and densely planned workplace models being developed, it’s important to have a solid understanding of some key items within the OBC that can impact a client’s ability to aggressively reduce it’s per employee footprint.  In some instances, the client’s goals or requirements are not feasible given a buildings physical limitations.  These limitations should…

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  • 1 Prologis Boulevard, Mississauga, Ontario

    Cushman Wakefield Office Concept

    In 2017, the Cushman Wakefield West office moved to the heartland of the Greater Toronto Area’s industrial market at 1 Prologis Boulevard in Mississauga. This Class-A, LEED CD Gold certified building provides our staff with a high-performance environment that motivates like no other. Designed by Gensler on the basis of an activity based workplace concept the new office space provides…

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  • 1 Prologis Boulevard earns LEED® CS Gold Certification

      Cushman and Wakefield’s Toronto West office, 1 Prologis Blvd. has been awarded LEED® CS Gold.  The team at Triovest successfully implemented and maintained policies and green building features at the 3 year old building to achieve LEED® Canada Gold for core and shell development.  Way to go Triovest! Some building highlights include: Proximity to transit, bicycle storage & electric…

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  • We Represent Tenants 2017 Q2

    Our quarterly postcard containing recent clients and deals done.  Stay tuned for more updates and keep an eye on the mail for your copy!

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  • Cushman & Wakefield’s New Toronto West Office: A Space that Motivates

    On December 19, the Cushman & Wakefield Toronto West Office team started our work day in a new high-performance environment that best expresses our activity-based workplace concept. We are thrilled to announce our relocation to the Mississauga Gateway Centre at 1 Prologis Boulevard in Mississauga, Ontario. We are constantly working with tenants, investors and landlords, stressing the importance of a…

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  • Commercial Real Estate Redevelopment Showcase: 6790 Century Avenue, Mississauga

    Commercial Real Estate Redevelopment Showcase: 6790 Century Avenue, Mississauga Greater Toronto Area suburb, Mississauga, Ontario, has been seeing substantial growth in terms of commercial real estate developments and office leasing as evidenced by the growing number of multinational organizations and Fortune 500 head offices that have taken tenancy in the area. The market node Meadowvale is seeing a particular increase…

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  • Commercial Real Estate Development Showcase: FMC3 at First Meadowvale Centre

    Home to close to 1,400 multinational organizations, including 71 Fortune 500 head offices, Mississauga, Ontario is seeing substantial growth when it comes to commercial real estate developments and office leasing. Meadowvale in particular, located in northwest Mississauga, traditionally lead the market and outperformed most submarket nodes in the Toronto West in the last decade. It was a home for big…

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  • Are Millennials Driving Business to Toronto Area Suburbs?

    By 2020, millennials, those born between 1980 and 1995, will make up between 40 and 50% of the working population, and with the influx of the younger generation comes a shift in the wants and needs of businesses, different than previous generations. While not every industry has been able to seamlessly adapt to these changes, it is important that key…

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  • vaughan metro centre

    GTA Suburban Market Snapshot: Vaughan

    Today, we are exploring the corporate real estate landscape of Vaughan*, found in the York Region just north of the City of Toronto. With Caledon and Brampton to the west, King and Richmond Hill to the north, Markham and Richmond Hill to the east and Toronto to the south, Vaughan is an ideal location for corporate offices to accommodate a…

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  • Brexit and its Impact on the Corporate Real Estate Marketplace

    On Thursday, June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom held a referendum, known around the world as Brexit. The vote was to determine whether to remain in or leave the European Union (EU), and the surprising results in favour of leaving the EU created a state of upheaval in equity markets worldwide. Of course, at Cushman & Wakefield, we followed the…

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