As Concerns Over Climate Change Rise, More Developers Turn to Wood
New York Times
April 8, 2021
Developers are turning to wood for its versatility and sustainability. And prominent companies like Google, Microsoft and Walmart have expressed support for a renewable resource some experts believe could challenge steel and cement as favored materials for construction. Another significant promoter is Hines, a global real estate investment, development and management firm based in Houston.
On the map: New community coming to Sterling’s MOCA strip
November 18, 2020
Hines Canada, meanwhile, is developing three commercial buildings with 420,000 square feet of capacity to the south. They’re positioned between MOCA and the refurbished factories occupied by the Drake Commissary and Henderson Brewing, who followed Castlepoint into the Junction Triangle. Their minimalist design relies on heavy timber to create a grid of oversized fenestrations encasing glass.
Well Living Lab, Delos, Cushman & Wakefield and Hines Align to Advance Return-to-Workplace Guidelines in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
June 17, 2020
The Well Living Lab, a Delos and Mayo Clinic collaboration, today announced a comprehensive plan to study the design and operation of workspaces to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses.
Tight Office Space in Downtown Cores Sends Companies to the Fringe
The Globe and Mail
March 24, 2020
The operative word Hines Interests Ltd. Partnership is using to describe its new office project in Toronto’s Junction Triangle neighbourhood is “authentic,” but observers say it’s also a good example of a rapidly proliferating trend in commercial real estate – a move toward what is becoming known as the “fringe.”
Toronto’s Coolest Street to Get Two New Wooden Buildings and a Skybridge
December 3, 2019
A unique new office development is coming to the Junction Triangle in Toronto.
In Toronto, an Industrial Stretch Has Its Breakout Moment
The New York Times
July 5, 2019
Last summer, the North American debut of a splashy Banksy exhibition in an empty warehouse there drew a global spotlight. With the arrival of Toronto’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) last fall, Sterling Road is newly hip…