The Well

Hariri Pontarini Wins Award For Office Tower At The Well

​Toronto architectural firm Hariri Pontarini Architects has another accolade to add to its long list after picking up the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) Tall Building Design Award for its LEED Platinum office tower that anchors The Well in downtown Toronto.


Joseph Richard Group, Under Creditor Protection, To Sell Off Restaurants

After filing for CCAA creditor protection in July 2023, some or all of Joseph Richard Group's 20 businesses will now be sold as part of the company's restructuring process.


Toronto City Council To Vote On Commercial Rental Reform Tomorrow

​Toronto could see much-needed changes when it comes to the commercial rental market as City Council is set to vote on a motion in support of commercial rent reform.


"Defiant" Owner Of 55 Dundas Forces BMO To Settle Receivership For $8M

​The company that owns 55 Dundas, 11603531 Canada Inc., was placed under receivership in November at the request of BMO.


How Thoughtful Land Use Planning Can Provide Stability To Businesses

​For local businesses to grow and prosper, they need stability. Here's how municipal land planning can help.


How A Toronto Tech Company Is Optimizing Its Office In A Post-COVID Climate

From in-person employee event days, to children of employees playing Mario Kart, HR software company Humi is resetting the bar for office use in a remote work world.


Deka Completes Purchase Of Vancouver Office Buildings From Oxford

Oxford Properties listed the two downtown Vancouver office buildings at 401 West Georgia and 402 Dunsmuir for sale last June.


King Square Shopping Centre In Markham Under Receivership Over $52M Debt

​The King Square Shopping Centre in Markham opened in 2019 and a hotel was also planned for the mall's surface parking lot.


Historic Waterworks Building To Become Massive European-Style Food Hall

Waterworks Food Hall will satisfy a diverse range of culinary cravings while offering some high-end design inspiration on the side.


Ted Baker Canada Under Creditor Protection Amid “Liquidity Challenges”

A series of court documents explain that Ted Baker Canada’s “financial and operational performance has struggled” over the past year and change, and that the company is now in “significant arrears with a number of critical vendors.”