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June 2nd., 2015
Volume 18, Issue 9
Dear Friends and Partners,
Despite the turmoil, change and a sluggish economy, there are many new commercial buildings being proposed downtown. If oil can keep above $60 bbl and climb further, the growth of the downtown core should continue.
There is concern that non-government backed buildings will be shelved if the economy falters for a prolonged period. Currently though, developers are taking an optimistic approach with two new high-rise developments tabled this week.
In addition to those, check out the proposed $100M expansion to Gilead's pharmaceutical campus (below) and the new jobs it will create. Despite a rocky outlook for the next 18+ months, the underpinnings of the economy remain relatively stable and present good opportunity for the longterm investor.
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Alberta’s uncertain economy and stalling housing market seen boosting demand for rentals
By Robert Tuttle and Katia Dmitrieva, Bloomburg News, May 19th, 2015
Kurt Kerschner, a 46-year-old electrical engineer from Austria, was ready to buy his first home after moving to Calgary with his family in the fall.
With the housing market in oil-rich Alberta at a standstill after the crude price crash, he’s now considering staying in the apartment he rents, concerned he may be stuck with a house he can’t sell should work dry up.
“Initially, we planned to buy but now we are not sure,” he said in a May 14 phone interview. “If you sell the property, maybe you can’t sell it immediately.”
Rising demand for rental housing is good news for Boardwalk Real Estate Investment Trust and Mainstreet Equity Corp., two of the western Canadian province’s largest apartment building owners. READ MORE HERE
Lamphier: Stantec CEO sounds optimistic note on new government, economy
By Gary Lamphier, Edmonton Journal, May 21st, 2015
EDMONTON - Stantec chief Bob Gomes has seen it all since he assumed the top job at the Edmonton-based engineering consulting firm six years ago.
From the Great Recession of 2008-09 to the abrupt crash in oil prices over the past few months to the decimation of Alberta’s 44-year-old Progressive Conservative dynasty, there have been fireworks galore.
Through it all, Gomes has guided the acquisition-driven company and its 15,000 employees to steady growth, relentlessly expanding its range of services, its geographic footprint and its revenues.
Today, Stantec operates in all of Canada’s provinces and territories, dozens of U.S. states, and several far-flung foreign markets, from Great Britain to the Middle East to India. GRAB THIS STORY
Lamphier: Gilead announces $100-million manufacturing plant
U.S. biotech giant on local expansion drive
By Gary Lamphier, Edmonton Journal, May 28th, 2015
EDMONTON - Gilead Sciences doesn’t have the power to cure what ails Alberta’s struggling energy-fuelled economy, but it’s doing its best to ease the symptoms.
In the process, the Foster City, Calif.-based biopharmaceutical giant is giving Edmonton’s biotech sector a badly needed shot in the arm while creating hundreds of new, high-paying local jobs.
Gilead is already in the midst of a multi-year, $100-million expansion at its 21-acre campus in northeast Edmonton, where it officially unveiled the first of two new laboratory buildings Wednesday.
Now it plans to double that commitment by building a new $100-million drug manufacturing facility nearby. FOLLOW THIS ARTICLE
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