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Monthly Archives: September 2014

NYC co-op story stranger than fiction

NYC co-op story stranger than fiction

The first thing that strikes one about this very peculiar real estate story is the fact that the protagonist, a woman named Arlene Farkas, long-time resident of the very classy old-money Manhattan co-op building called River House, is reported to owe $6 million on her mortgage. The luxury apartment she lives in has either fourteen… Continue Reading

Island airport’s popularity high, but jets are another question

Island airport’s popularity high, but jets are another question

The president of Porter Airlines, Robert Deluce, is emphatic about his airline’s financial health and its future viability. Asked on the CBC radio program As It Happens whether his just-announced decision to sell the terminal at Billy Bishop Airport was a sign that the company was in financial difficulty, he said “no.” Far from it,… Continue Reading

Toronto 2030 District gearing up to meet carbon-neutral challenge

Toronto 2030 District gearing up to meet carbon-neutral challenge

Can downtown Toronto become a carbon-neutral district in just fourteen years from now? Yes, if key building industry players get on board and work to meet that goal, according to the Toronto 2030 District initiative. Not only will they help solve one of the world’s biggest problems, they will realize that high-performing buildings are the… Continue Reading

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