He represented Fairfield Residential in the land acquisition while the seller was represented by Dale Willis of Willis Property Co. in Mesa. West End of Glasgow with the Waterfront Commenting on the scheme, Stannifers Douglas Smith said We have read a lot of press comment about Glasgow Harbour, an admirable concept, but one that is still some way away from becoming a reality Stannifer wants to be an important player in the revitalisation of this area.
The industrial land supply is expected to last only 15 more years. Current capitalization (cap) rates for fully leased industrial buildings range from 5% to 8%.This message itself is the first e-mail version of the new Forum newsletter prepared by the Communications Committee chaired by Rob Hawkins. Our breakfast seminar series at the Albany Club again addressed the key topics in our industry thanks to Moderators Rob Hawkins, Peter Johnston, Ross Moore, Andre Kuzmicki, Paul Morse and their esteemed group of panelists.
Our evening event organized by Mike Emory and Paul Morse at The Second City provided an excellent overview of Office Market and proved for the second year in a row that NAIOP is not just for breakfast anymore. Our annual golf tournament organized by Gary Morassutti was sold out again and together with this year’s Nike sponsorship program allowed NAIOP to make a $2,500 donation to the “Open Your Hearts for the Children” fund (c/o Scarborough Centenary Hospital).
The Education Committee chaired by Michael Pittana has been active since the beginning of the year exploring new education opportunities for members and held the first NAIOP Charrette on the “Future of Office Space” (special thanks here to Paul Brundage). arlier this year NAIOP also conducted its first member survey in over five years and a summary of the survey results have been provided later on in this newsletter.
Best conveyancing Brisbane reviews are Finally I would also like to thank the eighteen Chapter sponsors for their financial support of the Chapter and it’s many activities. Stay tuned for the fall line-up of NAIOP events. In addition to the fall breakfast seminars, Chapter events will include a suburban office bus tour, an idea exchange (road trip) and the annual recognition luncheon in December.
November 1, 2000 is the target date for the electricity market in Ontario to become deregulated, opening up a competitive supply of electricity for businesses and homes. What does this mean for real estate owners and managers? Currently, the price of electricity from your current utility is based on a fixed, pre-published rate schedule.