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Aug. 09, 2012 | CREBNow

Avenue Magazine Dubs Varsity Best Neighbourhood in Calgary

Calgary's Avenue Magazine recently released its third compilation of Calgary's Best Neighbourhoods with the northwest community of Varsity taking the number one spot.

The magazine surveys its readers, asking them to share what is most important in a neighbourhood that makes it's residents want to remain living there.
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Aug. 09, 2012 | Cody Stuart

Bigger, Better, Sooner

When it comes to purchasing a first home, buyers have regrets – mostly that they took so long to do it.

In that sense, Bryan Backman- Beharry is your typical homebuyer. The 32-year-old Calgarian recently purchased his first home, a three-bedroom bungalow in the southwest community of Killarney, after renting a condominium in the downtown core.
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Aug. 09, 2012 | Cody Stuart

Still Going Strong

Despite mounting evidence to suggest a slowing market, vacancy in Calgary's downtown office sector continues to fall. Marking the eleventh consecutive quarter of positive absorption and overall decreases in vacancy rates, a new report from Collier's International shows that nearly 260,000 sq. ft. of office space was leased in second quarter of 2012.

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Aug. 03, 2012 | CREBNow

Commercial Class Act

Calgary's commercial market is expected to continue at its brisk pace through 2012 according to a special report by TD Economics.

Commercial vacancy rates in the city currently sit at about 7.5 per cent, a number that is forecast to decrease to seven per cent in 2012. The current vacancy rate is a significant drop from 2010's posted 11.8 per cent vacancy. Industrial vacancy rates are even lower with a forecasted three per cent vacancy in 2012 compared to 3.1 in 2011.
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Aug. 03, 2012 | CREBNow

From Stephen Avenue to Heritage Park

When touring the sights at Heritage Park, the building dedicated to the life of early Calgary resident W.G. MacKay might look like any other log cabin. However, the small building has gone through several incarnations, including serving for a time as a Calgary bakery.

"Our records state the cabin was built in approximately 1884 or '85 out of logs salvaged from an abandoned mine," said Barb Munro, communications specialist for Heritage Park.
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Aug. 03, 2012 | Cody Stuart

Pop The Question: Larry Mathieson

Founded in 1982, Ronald McDonald House Charities Canada provides a home-like atmosphere for parents and children who travel long distances to seek medical treatment for three decades now. Located across from the Alberta Children's Hospital, the new 23-bedroom Ronald McDonald House® Southern Alberta (RMHSA) was constructed in 2007, adding to RMHSA's 12 other houses across Canada. CREB® caught up with RMHSA's executive director Larry Mathieson to talk a little bit about the charity and the city he calls home.

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Aug. 03, 2012 | CREBNow

I'll Take That to Go

There's a new form of ecofriendly transit for Calgary's Inner City residents, travellers and commuters these days and it comes in a small package.

The car sharing initiative car2go, a subsidiary of Daimler North America Corporation — that got its start in Austin, Texas — launched July 21, across the city 150 lowemission smart cars are available for Calgarians on the go.

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