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    Investment Dollars Moving to Hamilton’s Commercial Real Estate Market

Investment Dollars Moving to Hamilton’s Commercial Real Estate Market

The greater Hamilton area, known affectionately as “The Hammer,” continues to be a vibrant collection of communities, businesses and industries that are wonderful places to live and conduct business. You can find almost any property type throughout Hamilton, including housing or commercial and industrial space that suits your specific needs.

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    The Waterfront Evolution –Hamilton is Making Waves

The Waterfront Evolution –Hamilton is Making Waves

There’s a new attraction in Ontario as the Hamilton Economic Waterfront Development is able to expand. The first phase of public amenities in Hamilton’s ambitious West Harbour redevelopment will soon open. Hamilton Economic Waterfront Development The City has invested almost $100 million to pave the way for a future mixed-use

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    Private offices available in Burlington

Private offices available in Burlington

THE PANDEMIC IS CHANGING HOW WE WORK IN THE OFFICE. PERFECT SHORT OR LONG TERM OFFICE SPACE OUTSIDE TORONTO Looking for one of the most creative shared office spaces outside Toronto you will ever see? Filled with natural light, NUVO Network Office space is something to consider. Now is the

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    The Secret Office Space Helping Business Save Money

The Secret Office Space Helping Business Save Money

Best Options for Short & Long-Term Rent close to the Greater Toronto, Brampton, Mississauga Waterloo area.  Welcome to Hamilton Wait? Are people thinking of going back to the office?  Missing the snack table, blazing fast internet and the overall energy a team generates from informal brainstorming coffee sessions or lunch

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    Canada’s Largest Automotive Cluster Spotlight: Windsor-Essex

Canada’s Largest Automotive Cluster Spotlight: Windsor-Essex

Windsor-Essex is plugging into the future driving innovation within the Electric Vehicles ( EV), Hybrid Electric Vehicles ( HEV), Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment ( EVSE ) sectors. Windsor-Essex, Ontario has been the automotive capital of Canada since the first auto rolled off the assembly line of Ford in 1904 in

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    Special Ontario Report

Special Ontario Report

Key Sectors Leading the Charge FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Oakville Ontario Canada – October, 16th, 2020/ Today Perspective Marketing Inc are proud to release Perspective Ontario. A special report detailing 9 key sectors that drive Ontario, Canada’s economy.This report is tailored to foreign direct investment professionals who are looking to

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    Aviva announces expansion to Oakville

Aviva announces expansion to Oakville

Aviva Canada announced they will be setting up shop in a newly constructed office building in Oakville. Full details about the building and a Q3 report on commercial real estate in Oakville can be found here.Aviva announces expansion to Oakville The building is by First Gulf as they continue to

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    Coronavirus Pushes Corporations to Review Office Relocations

Coronavirus Pushes Corporations to Review Office Relocations

LONDON ONTARIO IS BECOMING THE SATELLITE OFFICE OPTION The last time we witnessed a serious economic set back was 2008-2009 with the financial meltdown in the United States. You may remember the financial crisis was a slow burn. It took months for the U.S economy to fail which triggered economic

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    Best Shared Office Space in Oakville

Best Shared Office Space in Oakville

As firms large and small look for shared, co-working and satellite office options for employees, it looks as some of the best shared office space is in Oakville. Great proximity to downtown Toronto including two Oakville go train stations. Oakville is becoming a boomtown for coworking and flex office space.

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    Return To The Office Programs.

Return To The Office Programs.

Schools, offices, industrial workplaces, restaurants and retail are still dealing with the great “unknown”. The provincial governments in Canada are slowly beginning to reopen the doors to the economy. Even in these early stages, many employers are starting to make plans for reopening their own doors and considering how to

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