Holloway Lodging has already demolished the eight-storey portion of the hotel and is looking to replace the remaining guest rooms and conference centre with a trio of towers facing Carling Avenue ranging in height from 20 to 22 storeys that contain some retail space at...

The Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area suffers from scarcity of “missing middle” housing, and the Toronto Real Estate Board fears unsustainable price growth will ensue if the problem isn’t rectified.

The VillaNova project by Les Développements Lachine Est Inc. has just announced the construction of three 10-storey towers in Montreal. The structures will add a total of 177 new condos and a 22,000 square-foot commercial ground floor to the bustling Montreal real esta...

Latest data from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation showed that nationwide housing starts remained steady at 224,865 units in January 2018, compared to 226,346 units in December.

Construction started on 219,675 units, according to 2017 data released by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation earlier this week. That’s up from 197,916 in 2016 and the most since 2007. Starts on multiple-unit projects such as condos hit a record in figures dating t...

The jump surprised policy makers and analysts particularly given the softening that has taken place in the Toronto resale market, the country’s largest, in recent months.

Toronto-area land prices have gotten so high that developers are struggling to build new homes that people can afford.

Top Ontario government officials and representatives from the development, construction and real estate industries are calling for the streamlining of housing the residential development approval process.

The Ryerson City Building Institute and Urbanation noted that while the pace of condo construction in the Greater Toronto Area is arguably the highest it has ever been, it still won’t be sufficient to meet the ongoing shift in housing demand.

Montreal's strong economy fuels construction frenzy in downtown core and beyond.