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BOMA Edmonton Spotlight:
February 2024

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BOMA Edmonton Spotlight:
January 2024

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  • BOMA Edmonton president Lisa Baroldi spoke with Taproot Edmonton about plans to fill some vacant office towers with vertical farms. “I think that building owners should have the freedom to transform their buildings into whatever they see fit and that incentives ought to be in place and support in place for the types of conversions that address (downtown vibrancy and food security),” Baroldi said.

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  • BOMA Edmonton president Lisa Baroldi spoke with Taproot Edmonton about plans to fill some vacant office towers with vertical farms. “I think that building owners should have the freedom to transform their buildings into whatever they see fit and that incentives ought to be in place and support in place for the types of conversions that address (downtown vibrancy and food security),” Baroldi said.

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  • BOMA Edmonton president Lisa Baroldi spoke with Taproot Edmonton about plans to fill some vacant office towers with vertical farms. “I think that building owners should have the freedom to transform their buildings into whatever they see fit and that incentives ought to be in place and support in place for the types of conversions that address (downtown vibrancy and food security),” Baroldi said.

BOMA Edmonton Spotlight:
December 2023

BOMA Edmonton

  • A group of business organizations that included BOMA Edmonton released an open letter to council expressing concerns with the proposed tax increase. “Our message to the city council is all about balance. We’re pushing for smart investments and careful spending, aiming to boost Edmonton’s prosperity without burdening people with high taxes,” said Edmonton Chamber CEO Doug Griffiths. They argued the city should review its spending on agencies, boards, and commissions, and cancel capital projects that are not “aligned with core city needs.”

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  • “People are watching us from around North America, you know, from New York state to New Orleans to Los Angeles, who are just going into this work-from-home, high-vacancy phenomena,” said Greg Kwong, regional managing director in Alberta for CBRE Limited, in a Postmedia story about office conversions. “Hopefully we can be a shining star [and] provide some key performance metrics that are beneficial to other cities.”