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It was not unlike the technology companies that form today.
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A boot factory that operated in a small Newfoundland community for more than 40 years is closing, with the production moving to a new manufacturing facility in Cambridge.
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If the investment trend so far this year is any indication, computer hardware is a promising space to watch
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Ex Industria Design at Riverside/Idea ExchangeJuly 4 to September 21, 20147 Melville StreetCambridge519.621.0460Admission: Free Hours: Tuesday to Thursday 12-8pm Friday 12-5pm Saturday 10am-5pm Closed Sundays until September. As of September 7, open Sundays 1:30-4:30pm Sponsor: Perimeter Developments Corporation Curated by Rick Haldenby and Esther E. Shipman…
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You may never meet anybody as excited about architecture as Rick Haldenby. Almost certainly, nobody can match his enthusiasm for the architecture of Waterloo Region.
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The region will sell a handful of properties on Queen and Benton streets that it has owned for at least 30 years.
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Check out this video on YouTube: An exceptional office leasing opportunity in Uptown Waterloo. #waterloo #cre #office
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Commercial real estate broker operating in the office, industrial, investment and corporate services sectors in Waterloo Region and Guelph.
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Darren received a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Geography from the University of Waterloo in 1992.  Before completing his University degree, he spent two years working as a researcher, both with Whitney & Company Realty Limited and a Toronto brokerage firm.  This work has been invaluable in understanding the dynamics of the local marketplace.

During his career Darren has had experience in all facets of Industrial, Commercial and Investment real estate, with a broad range of clients.  Combining this wide ranging experience with a solid understanding of the market has allowed Darren to be one of the most respected real estate advisors in the market.

Darren currently sits on the City of Kitchener Economic Development Advisory Committee.  He is a former member of the Board of Directors for the Central Canadian Chapter of the Society of Industrial Office Realtors (SIOR) and former Past President of the Board of the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery.

Darren is committed to long-term relationships with his Clients by endeavouring to always exceed their expectations and provide them the most informed and timely real estate advice possible.

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Hear, hear for Unitron and 50 years in Kitchener
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It was not unlike the technology companies that form today.

Newfoundland boot operation moving to Cambridge
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A boot factory that operated in a small Newfoundland community for more than 40 years is closing, with the production moving to a new manufa

For sale: Five lots on Queen, Benton in Kitchener
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The region will sell a handful of properties on Queen and Benton streets that it has owned for at least 30 years.

Drafting, Exercising And Protecting Lease Renewal Rights - Real Estate a...
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10 Jun 2014 - Canada - Real Estate and Construction - Drafting, Exercising And Protecting Lease Renewal Rights - McMillan LLP - The decision

Region floats new development charge exemption
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A proposed regional development charge bylaw could see taxpayers cover the cost of exemptions for new industrial developments.

Tech workers test drive Tesla Model S electric cars in Kitchener
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Representatives from Tesla Canada were in Kitchener this week to take residents on test drives of their luxury sedan, the Tesla Model S. Che

Aerospace parts maker on its way to Cambridge
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CAMBRIDGE - Shovels could break ground for the first development in the city’s new Boxwood Business Campus this week.

From shopping mall to foundry
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The University of Waterloo is expanding its support program for hardware startups into 11,000 square feet of unused space in a former shoppi

Why Ontario is the Silicon Valley of the North - The Globe and Mail
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California's Highway 101 stretches 95 kilometres between San Francisco and San Jose, connecting small and large technology companies, studen

Kitchener tech firm lands $4.5-million funding deal
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A Kitchener company that provides technology for mobile newsgathering has secured $4.5 million in venture capital funding.

Square to open office at 305 King St. W. in Kitchener
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Square, the mobile payments technology company launched by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, will open a permanent office in downtown Kitchene

Manufacturing has been transformed, business leaders told
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Jayson Myers, chief executive of the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters, sees the manufacturing sector making a comeback, but in different

Open Text gets $120 million to create 1,200 jobs
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The provincial government is giving $120 million to Open Text Corp. to create 1,200 jobs in Ontario.

As Mammoet moves, North Dumfries seeks more industries
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As the Mammoet Canada office and crane yard prepares to move down the highway to Aberfoyle this summer, the township of North Dumfries is tr

Startup film puts emphasis on ‘community’
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How can the region’s tech sector grow into something that’s a true counterweight to Silicon Valley? Startup founders can start by shooting f

Brick to sell landmark brewery in Waterloo
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Brick Brewing plans to sell its iconic building and property on King Street South in Waterloo and expand its operations in Kitchener.

Waterloo getting $200-million venture capital fund
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A $200-million venture capital fund focused on Waterloo Region startups will be officially unveiled soon by two well-known players in the te

Weekly ‘Roundup’ of real estate news from Waterloo Region and Guelph - S...
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Categories. Cambridge · Canada's Technology Triangle · Cloud Computing · Coworking · Design Build · Economic Update · Economy · Guelph · Ind

Farm Boy plans city store
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City councillors are supporting the rezoning of a vacant property at 240 King George Rd. that will allow a Farm Boy fresh produce store to b

Kodiak lands $4.2-million boot deal with Canadian Armed Forces
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Napoleon Bonaparte famously quipped an army marches on its stomach, but Kevin Huckle, president of Kodiak Group Holdings Co., knows it’s all