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Discussion: March d'difices bureaux de Montral : actualits

  1. #431
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    novembre 2007
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    Merci Habsfan. Le centre-ville de Montral est encore une aubaine en comparaison. Ca va monter ventuellement et rattrapper le ROC comme on le fait avec le rsidentiel, j'en suis sr.
    "Follow Your Bliss" (Joseph Campbell)

  2. #432
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    avril 2010
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    http://www.montrealgazette.com/busin...528/story.html

    MONTREAL - Commercial tenants complaining about a lack of large available office spaces now have several more options in downtown Montreal.

    Sublets and decisions by tenants to let leases expire have led to the availability of more than 550,000 square feet of downtown office space recently. Last year, a lack of these large contiguous blocks of space fuelled speculation over the need for additional office construction.

    The momentum in leasing has slowed down, said Brett Miller, the recently appointed president of the real estate services firm Jones Lang LaSalle Canada. My concern is that the large users have been quite conservative in the way they use space. Hopefully, the mid-sized users will grow into these spaces.

    Despite the availability of these larger blocks, Montreals downtown vacancy rates for all building classes dropped from 7.2 per cent during the first quarter of 2011 to 6.3 per cent during the same period this year, in part because smaller spaces have been filled, a report by Jones Lang LaSalle said.

    In April, landlord Jayka Investments began marketing just over 105,000 square feet of space at 1130 Sherbrooke St. W., now occupied by Canadian information technology consultants CGI Group. The IT company, eager to cut costs by reducing its office footprint, is also trying to sublease 140,155 square feet of space at 1350 Ren Levsque Blvd.

    IBM is trying to sublet 75,000 square feet of office space at E-Commerce Place, and an estimated 30,000-square-foot block in that same building is poised to come to market, said Andrew Bissett, executive vice-president of Jones Lang LaSalles Montreal brokerage team. Another 70,000 square feet of office space will also become available soon, he said. And the Royal Bank of Canada is handing back almost 141,000 square feet of space at Place Ville Marie.

    These new available spaces, however, should be filled up, Bissett said. In addition to these blocks, developer Kevric Real Estate Corp. is building a LEED Gold, 35-storey mixed project, Tour Viger, which would add 10 storeys and 230,000 square feet of office space.

    Louis Burgos, senior managing director at Cushman & Wakefield, Montreal, said he doesnt believe the new blocks of space will reverse the recent trend of Montreals emergence as a landlords market, after years of office tenants holding the upper hand.

    I think its going to open up some room for tenants who need that contiguous space. It gives you a few extra options, he said. All in all, its going to give some temporary relief, but its not a game changer.

    alampert@montrealgazette.com

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    Copyright (c) The Montreal Gazette

    Original source article: Commercial spaces open up downtown


    Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/busin...#ixzz1titkdkLG

  3. #433
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    septembre 2007
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    According to Cushman Wakefield, Tour Viger (Altoria) will be annoucing their lead tenant "momentarily". The building is actually 239,000 square feet, and if it is a true lead tenant, I would expect that they are taking to close to 50% of that available space.

  4. #434
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    juillet 2007
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    Hopefully in my lifetime I will see another "real" office building go up in this city

  5. #435
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    juillet 2007
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    Citation Envoy par GDS Voir le message
    According to Cushman Wakefield, Tour Viger (Altoria) will be annoucing their lead tenant "momentarily". The building is actually 239,000 square feet, and if it is a true lead tenant, I would expect that they are taking to close to 50% of that available space.
    Bonne nouvelle ! J'ai hte de savoir de qui il s'agit.

  6. #436
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    Citation Envoy par mark_ac Voir le message
    Hopefully in my lifetime I will see another "real" office building go up in this city
    Wow....

    T'as quel age?
    Il y a 4-5 projets pour sur la table pour construction dans les prochaines annees...
    SNC, RioTinto Alcan, ils vont pas attendre 10 ans...

  7. #437
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    dcembre 2007
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    Dans un article du 24h en rapport avec une grosse entreprise chinoise qui va investir de grosses sommes dans le plan nord il y avait un paragraphe intressant pour Montral.

    ''Le gant chinois de l'nergie Guodian United Power Technology s'installerait au Qubec pour de bon. L'entreprise lorgne le march nergtique des communauts nordiques loignes et est la recherche d'un btiment Montral pour y tablir son sige social canadien. ''
    Est-ce le dbut de quelque chose ?

    http://argent.canoe.ca/lca/affaires/...is-Quebec.html

  8. #438
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    septembre 2009
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    Je ne pense pas que le sige social serait si majeur pour ncessit la construction d'un nouvelle tour... ce serait surprenant.

  9. #439
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    juillet 2007
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    a ne vise pas Montral, mais c'est quand mme intressant :

    Affaires
    Des difices fdraux moiti vide ont cot 11,5M$
    18 mai 2012 | 07h50
    Agence QMI
    Des immeubles fdraux moiti vides cotent 11,5 millions $ par anne aux contribuables, selon des documents obtenus par l'Agence QMI en vertu de la Loi sur l'accs l'information.

    Michael Aubry
    Agence QMI

    Des immeubles fdraux moiti vides cotent 11,5 millions $ par anne aux contribuables, selon des documents obtenus par l'Agence QMI en vertu de la Loi sur l'accs l'information.

    Il y a prs dun million de pieds carrs de bureaux fdraux vides Ottawa. (Photo: Reuters)

    Il y a prs d'un million de pieds carrs de bureaux fdraux vides Ottawa. Selon les documents, il y a 18 difices de Travaux publics et Services gouvernementaux qui ont un taux d'inoccupation de plus de 50 % dans la rgion d'Ottawa-Gatineau, et plusieurs d'entre eux sont vacants depuis des annes et mmes des dcennies, ce qui cote aux contribuables des millions $ pour le chauffage, l'eau et l'clairage, la scurit ou les taxes foncires.

    En raison de la mise pied de 4 800 employs fdraux d'ici 2015, l'espace vacant devrait doubler. En outre, quatre nouveaux difices fdraux prsentement en construction Gatineau accueilleront des fonctionnaires fdraux en 2013.

    Je pense que toute personne raisonnable pourrait se demander pourquoi le gouvernement jette par la fentre des millions $ pour l'entretien de btiments vacants , a dclar le directeur pour l'Ontario de la Fdration canadienne des contribuables, Gregory Thomas. Je pense que

    Travaux publics doit une explication aux contribuables. Selon l'analyste du march Barry Nabatian, qui travaille pour Shore-Tanner and Associates, il existe un rel problme de gestion.

    Ils n'administrent cela vraiment pas correctement. Aucune socit immobilire, aucune entreprise de gestion du secteur priv ne permettrait que cela se produise .

    Des espaces vacants pendant quelques mois, cela est parfois invitable, mais anne aprs anne, c'est incroyable , a ajout M. Nabatian.

    Selon lui, la seule solution viable consiste en un partenariat public-priv pour louer les espaces gouvernementaux vacants.

  10. #440
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    dcembre 2007
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    Un autre article qui nous dit que le march est de plus en plus favorable la construction d'une ou quelques tours bureaux. Je crois que a fait prs de 2 ans qu'on en parle alors j'imagine que bientt il va y avoir quelque chose qui va se passer ce niveau. De plus, elle mentionne ''a handful of major tenants'' donc cela peut supposer facilement 2 ou 3 entreprises la recherche d'espace au centre-Ville. On connait tous Rio Tinto Alcan mais j'aimerais bien savoir qui d'autre est sur la liste. Je ne compte pas SNC Lavalin car eux ne sont pas la recherche, ils seront plutt propritaire si je ne me trompe pas.

    Market hot for office towers


    By Allison Lampert, The Gazette June 18, 2012

    MONTREAL - Canada’s hot condo market might generate the most headlines, but it isn’t the country’s only booming real estate sector.

    A decline in downtown office vacancy rates in major Canadian cities is fuelling demand for “building activity not seen since the early 1990s,” a report published Monday by Cushman & Wakefield Canada said.

    “It’s not just this quarter but it’s starting to add up,” said Scott Chandler, Cushman’s executive managing director, valuation and advisory services. “A lot of projects are starting to be announced.”

    Close to 10 million square feet of new office space has been announced and is under construction in Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver alone to meet demand generated by economic growth, along with tenants’ desire for modern buildings with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification, Cushman & Wakefield said.

    Calgary remains the tightest downtown office market in the country with a 3.1 per cent downtown vacancy rate, and plans for the construction of 3.7 million square feet of new space.

    Nationally, between the first and second quarters of 2012, the central market office vacancy rate fell from 5.4 per cent to five per cent – a low hit only once since 1985. Between the first and second quarters of 2012, Montreal’s downtown vacancy rate dipped from 6.4 per cent to 6.1 per cent.

    In Montreal, where the first privately-backed downtown office space in two decades is now under construction in a mixed-use project, developers are coming under pressure for new buildings from a handful of major tenants, the Cushman report said.

    We expect this pressure will have developers considering the development of some new office towers,” said Bernie Marcotte, the new senior managing director of C&W Montreal.

    Unlike in the United States, where a number of developers – including Quebec pension fund manager Ivanhoe Cambridge Group – are financing the building of new towers on a speculative basis, most new Canadian construction will have signed anchor tenants.

    Canadian lenders and developers are simply more prudent, Chandler said.

    “Today they are very solid. They are all pre-leased.”

    But while development in Calgary is fuelled by economic demand stemming from the oil boom, the frenzy in some markets might be short lived if development is not backed by genuine growth, said Brett Miller, president of real estate services firm Jones Lang LaSalle’s Canadian operations.

    “We can be cautiously optimistic about the state of the office market,” Miller said. “In the short term, we’re straying to the positive versus economic development.

    “If we don’t see strong economic growth some of this development will slow down.”

    alampert@montrealgazette.com
    http://www.canada.com/business/Marke...521/story.html
    Dernire modification par steve_36 ; 20/06/2012 01h22. Motif: Ajout du lien

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