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Le dernier paragraphe en dit long selon moi.  Je me souviens Coderre parlait d’ajouter (je ne me souviens plus du chiffre exacte) disons 50 000 nouveaux résidents en 15 ans par exemple … et ça avant la pandémie.

Il me semble c’est encore plus pertinent d’établir ce genre de cible mais j’ai l’impression que pour PM et Val ça ne semble pas être une priorité d’aucune façon.  Ça n’est quasiment irresponsable.  

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Calgary a déja commencé a convertir des immeubles de bureau en residentiel. Il n'ont pas vraiment le choix avec un taux de vacances aux environs de 30%

Montréal va devoir se réveiller et on attend toujours des écoles qui devait etre construit aux centre ville. 

https://calgaryherald.com/news/local-news/three-downtown-calgary-office-buildings-to-convert-to-residential

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Il y a 2 heures, Rocco a dit :

Je suis partant pour acheter le futur penthouse de la tour KPMG.

Quelle décision bizarre. Tu ne pourras pas admirer ta tour préférée depuis là où tu seras. :silly:

Ceci dit, c'est écrit dans le ciel que certaines tours à bureaux deviendront résidentielles. D'ailleurs Evo a déjà lancé le bal depuis un bon bout de temps en transformant d'anciens hôtels en résidences pour étudiants. 

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Pour ceux qui s'intéressent aux bureaux d'affaires, je rappelle que j'ai récemment publié Les Bureaux d'affaires à Montréal - historique et état des lieux. J'inclus ici la table des matières.

Le livre de 540 pages est disponible au coût de 120 $ à la Coop UQAM ou par commande au courriel suivant : m.hudon51@videotron.ca.

32875 - Table des matières.pdf

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Savills launches in Montreal with a new industrial team

January 19, 2023
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Savills Vice Chairman Rick Schuham

MONTREAL — Savills is expanding its presence in North America with the opening of a location in Montreal. Joining the firm are Brandon Allen, Erik Charton, Paul Fischlin, and Stéphane Robillard as executive vice president, Robin Blanchard as vice president, George Manousos as vice president and agency executive officer, and Antoine Dumas as associate. The team will specialize in industrial leasing, investment sales, and capital markets.

“Savills has strategically opened locations in key markets throughout Canada, and Montreal was a natural next step for our first location in the province of Quebec,” said Vice Chairman Rick Schuham. “We have recruited the market’s most seasoned industrial brokerage group to establish our location in Montreal. Bringing together this group of top-producing real estate advisors strengthens our ability to deliver market-ready solutions and services in North America and allows us to expand our geographical coverage into Southeast Canada.”

Allen, Charton, Dumas, Fischlin, Robillard, and Blanchard join the firm from JLL, and Manousos from Cushman & Wakefield. In 2022, the team says they brokered over $800 million in real estate transactions across Canada, representing clients from across the industrial spectrum, such as cold storage, warehousing, port, airport, global infrastructure, distribution and logistics, flex space, land sales, and research and development.

“The industrial sector in Montreal has remained resilient post-pandemic, with strong investment sales and leasing velocity,” said Gregg Healy, head of Savills industrial services. “Montreal has a rich mix of industries, including life sciences, financial services, manufacturing, transportation, technology, and healthcare, that have continued to invest heavily in establishing operations in the market. We look forward to tapping into the new team’s expertise to drive growth for industrial services throughout Canada.”

https://www.canadianmanufacturing.com/manufacturing/savills-launches-in-montreal-with-a-new-industrial-team-288650/

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