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Introduced Latitud8: The 1st Transit Oriented Development in KL

Kuala Lumpur- The Minister of the Federal Territories, Y.B. Datuk Seri Utama Tengku Adnan  Tengku Mansor officiated the groundbreaking ceremony of Latitud8, a transit oriented development located at Dang Wangi LRT Station. 1,118 more words

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When It Comes To Photographing Your Commercial Development, Shoot For The Stars

A great picture is worth a thousand words … and potentially a whole lot more.

As I’ve mentioned before, marketing and promotion are key components of a successful commercial real estate development. 509 more words

Michael Perry

Edmonton's aging strip malls finally get a little love

In the Newton neighbourhood, business owners are nearly giddy with enthusiasm over their bright new facade and the possibility of a barbecue/bouncy castle grand opening. 601 more words

Local News

Toronto investors treated same as locals: badly

Re: Chatham Street investor may pull out over city permit rules, by Craig Pearson, Feb. 13.

Henry Tam should not feel he has been mistreated because he is an out-of-town investor. 212 more words

Letters

Aerial Drones for Commercial Real Estate Developments

The Advent of Drones and HD Cameras is Revolutionizing Real Estate Marketing.

Regardless of the size of the project, marketing materials are important in establishing the scope, character and ultimately the brand identity of a new development. 400 more words

Michael Perry

The Key to Successfully Marketing a Commercial Development

In commercial real estate … time is money, and generally BIG money!

Therefore, the willingness to commit to a consistent marketing plan is crucial to achieve success before the market changes or another competitor launches a competing project. 438 more words

Michael Perry

Property taxes Windsor's biggest problem

Re: Taxes, not patio fees, are to blame for hurting Windsor’s small businesses, column by Chris Vander Doelen, Feb. 2.

Vander Doelen’s is absolutely correct. The money that the city earns from patios in downtown Windsor is insignificant to the amount of money business owners pay in taxes. 232 more words

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