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    Oakville Office Offers a Prestige Signage Opportunity

Oakville Office Offers a Prestige Signage Opportunity

Jeff Flemington, Broker and Principal, at Avison Young with a career in commercial real estate since 1994, is the broker for the property.   “This is an exceptional office opportunity for organizations requiring high exposure with an average of 171,000 cars passing daily on the Q.E.W. and looking directly at

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    The Cotton Factory builds Hamilton’s Creative Future

The Cotton Factory builds Hamilton’s Creative Future

It’s been just over a year since Rob Zeidler bought the Cotton Factory on three acres at 270 Sherman Ave. N. For the past year, the building has been undergoing a 21stcentury makeover geared to creative industry tenants and special event space, with a new co-working space for short and

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    Asset Allocation: Real Estate, Stocks, and Bonds

Asset Allocation: Real Estate, Stocks, and Bonds

An investment portfolio’s performance is largely influenced by asset allocation decisions. Having a good asset mix is strategic, such as combining stocks, bonds and commercial real estate. In many situations, there are two types of investors: those that own all real estate and those that own only stocks and bonds. Both have a good foundation, but

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    Downtown Hamilton Office Market on the Rise

Downtown Hamilton Office Market on the Rise

Hamilton’s downtown continues to look to the future through sound investments while building on its recent milestones in commercial and residential investments. There’s evidence in both the statistics, but also in the heart of residents – and it’s not just locals noticing. Ignite Magazine, in a June 2014 article wrote

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    Hamilton Logistics: Rail, Road, Air and Port

Hamilton Logistics: Rail, Road, Air and Port

Hamilton is one of the prime North American Gateways for global goods movement, logistics and distribution, and has few rival cities that can offer all four modes of transportation – rail, road, air, and port – with lower costs along with efficient and uncongested global connections to serve external markets.

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    West Harbour Waterfront is one of Hamilton’s Strategic Priorities

West Harbour Waterfront is one of Hamilton’s Strategic Priorities

The revitalization of Hamilton’s waterfront has been envisioned for well over two decades, but now that development is upon us, it will transform Hamilton’s image by creating a world-class urban waterfront neighborhood. Located in the City’s western waterfront and steps from the downtown core, the “West Harbour” area is seen

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    McMaster Innovation Park aims to be Internationally Recognized

McMaster Innovation Park aims to be Internationally Recognized

McMaster Innovation Park (MIP) is the place where visions are realized and ideas are transformed into commercial opportunities through collaboration with McMaster University. MIP offers research and commercialization opportunities in Hamilton, Ontario that stem from innovative spaces and facilities housing laboratory, office, teaching, training, and conference facilities. MIP focuses on

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    Canon’s New HQ

Canon’s New HQ

Canon Canada Inc. brings Canadian Headquarters to Brampton Brampton is growing and with it comes a growing list of leading corporations including Canon Canada who have realized the long-term benefits of investing in Brampton. Looking to that future, it was just a year ago when Canon Canada broke ground on its

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    Life Sci Mississauga

Life Sci Mississauga

Mississauga’s Life Sciences Sector employs thousands of knowledge based workers. Mississauga continues to develop scientific discoveries and new processes. These innovations help Canadians live longer, better lives. Mississauga’s life sciences sector features exceptional talent, innovative companies, and the convergence of the many supports required to propel this leading economic cluster

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    Church or Condo?

Church or Condo?

An ambitious project coming to 98 James Street South in Hamilton – Stanton Renaissance will turn a historic church into a mixed-use development that aims to be mindful of the community’s needs while re-purposing the building. The James Street Baptist Church, one of Hamilton’s oldest churches and architectural icons was

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