Slate Ready to Flip Cominar Assets

Toronto-based Company Close to Selling Tower it Bought From REIT in 2017 and Has Two Other Characteristic on Block

Imagined: 55 University Ave. in downtown Toronto.The ink hasn’t dried on one of 2017’s biggest realty offers, however sources indicate Slate Acquisitions Inc. remains in the procedure of flipping some of the $1.14 billion in property it purchased from Cominar Realty Investment Trust. Sources inform CoStar News that Slate is close to

selling an office tower it obtained at 55 University Ave. with offers coming in between $700 to$ 750 per square foot for the 258,000-square-foot structure. Slate has also put both the Dixie Outlet Shopping Mall and Woodside Square on the marketplace. The original deal with Cominar is scheduled to close in March, but by turning some of the homes before that close, millions in land property transfer taxes will be prevented.” The Bay Street structure was considered a key part of the deal,” said one source.” It’s truly a B Class structure but in an A Class location.” Cominar could not be grabbed comment. A Slate official said the business could not comment because the original offer had actually not closed. The 2

shopping malls on the marketplace comprise about 700,000 square feet of gross leasable area with a capacity for 4.4 million of mixed-use residential and retail advancement. The approximate 400,000-square-foot Dixie Shopping center lies at Dixie Rd. and the QEW, while Woodside is a 24.5-acre website in the Finch Ave. and McCowan Rd. location. The pair announced in December 2017 Quebec-City based Cominar REIT was offering 97 residential or commercial properties it considers non-core to Slate Acquisitions Inc. The relocation includes 6.2 million square feet and leaves the REIT concentrated on the province of Quebec without any properties in western Canada, the Greater Toronto Area or the Atlantic provinces. In January, Slate announced that Slate Office REIT was purchasing$ 191.4 million worth of properties in the GTA and Atlantic region at $192 per square foot. Slate would now seem divesting some of the assets it has actually gotten from Cominar, including the 18-storey tower at 55 University the REIT gotten from Ivanhoé Cambridge, the realty subsidiary of the Caisse de dépôt et positioning du Québec, in 2014 as part of a$ 1.63 billion portfolio deal. Cominar plans to utilize the net proceeds from the$ 1.14 billion deal with Slate to pay for its debt, utilizing$ 875 million in net earnings to pay for the whole amount presently exceptional on its credit facility.

The REIT, which has stated it plans to sell an additional$ 1 billion to$ 1.5 billion in homes, amazed some market observers in February with the announcement that Michael Dallaire was stepping down as chairman of the

board. Dallaire had been president of REIT up until stepping down in November.” Cominar has actually been a vital part of my life considering that its production 20 years ago,” Dallaire said in declaration, which indicated he would now be focused on future advancement jobs of the Groupe Dallaire in Québec City. Garry Marr, Toronto Market Reporter CoStar Group.

Authorities apprehend woman, guy in connection to South Point Gambling establishment robbery

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LAS VEGAS( FOX5)-. A woman implicated of robbing the South Point Gambling establishment at gunpoint and a male who apparently assisted her escape in a trip automobile, were both jailed, inning accordance with Metro Police. The female, determined as 36-year-old Tina Lopez, was apprehended about 12:30 p.m. Tuesday and the automobile was

located, also, cops said. Jason Lockwood, 36, was likewise apprehended on Tuesday and both were booked into the Clark County Detention Center. Lopez deals with numerous charges consisting of break-in while in belongings of a gun, and Lockwood faces break-in and conspiracy burglary charges.

During the event, the woman was using a scarf to hide her identity, showed the cashier a handgun and she demanded cash, authorities said in a release. The cashier gave her loan and she ran to a car waiting for her exterior.

It occurred at 7:38 p.m. on Monday. The cars and truck was described as an older design two-door sedan with a black top and big, chrome rims. The cars and truck traveled west on Silverado Cattle ranch Boulevard toward the I-15.

No injuries were reported.

No even more details were released.

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County considers beer, wine sales at beauty parlor


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New York Times A client drinks beer while receiving a cut at Blind Barber Store in New York City, May 28, 2015. A proposed Clark County regulation would approve alcohol service at beauty parlors, barbershops and medspas.

Consumers at salons and barbershops would have the choice to buy beer and wine with their haircuts under a proposed Clark County regulation, though some commissioners are concerned about expanding alcohol accessibility in a town where it is offered 24 Hr a day.

At least seven states have authorized alcohol service at beauty parlors, barbershops and health spas, according to the National Conference of State Lawmakers, and Nevada is not one of them. Commissioner Lawrence Weekly said throughout a Tuesday meeting that the Clark County proposition was pressed by industry, with business owners stating that many customers asked if they provided drinks like business in some of their home towns.

California approved its law permitting totally free beer or wine in 2016, with similar laws on the books in Maryland, Mississippi, Utah, Virginia, Washington and West Virginia, according to a December 2017 report from conference. Some organisations in Clark County serve alcohol on a minimal basis through liquor catering business. The county ordinance would enable barber stores and cosmetology establishments to pursue authorizations to acquire wholesale beer and wine that they offer to customers.

County Commissioner Susan Brager stated she is worried about broadening alcohol accessibility in a town with legal marijuana and other organisations already serving beer and wine. She stated the ordinance would have to be crafted directly for her to support it which she is in favor of paint studios selling wine.

” I believe that quite soon we’re opening up the door that any company could find out a way to be able to serve wine and beer, then successive they want to sell alcohol,” Brager stated.

Some commissioners raised issues about enforcement as well, stating establishments may state they are beauty parlor when really business is mostly alcohol sales. Jacqueline Holloway, director of the business license department, stated existing enforcement needs to be enough to guarantee those with authorizations are adhering to the law.

” Unknowning precisely how many permits we’ll be vetting and looking at, we will have the ability to utilize the resources that we currently have, I believe,” Holloway stated.

The proposition would need services to kip down particular functional plans for where and how the alcohol will be served and suited business. Authorized companies need to also post signage letting patrons know alcohol is served inside, fulfill health district requirements and offer a security strategy to keep minors away from the alcohol.

Remarks from possibly affected entrepreneur were practically entirely in assistance of the regulation, Holloway stated. Some desired the county to consist of more services and companies. Owners of an art studio and a proposed dog park said Tuesday that beer and wine would be a little part of their main business. Holloway stated that paint studios that provide wine in their classes do so through alcohol catering services.

In addition to a secondary alcohol license for cosmetology establishments and barbershops, the regulation would allow certain retail facilities to look for a hospitality liquor service allow to serve complimentary beer and wine to customers. Holloway stated these permits could be sought only by stores in certain areas, including Style Show shopping center, the county’s only regional commercial center, and malls that are bigger than 150,000 square feet and have a couple of large anchor shops.

” Anybody can make the demand of us for an authorization or a license, however we’ll vet that,” Holloway said.

The retail part of the ordinance is primarily being sought for stores like Gucci to offer a feature to consumers who make large purchases, Holloway said. The ordinance would likewise limit the amount of alcohol that could be served per client to two 8-ounce drinks.

The ordinance would also enable primary bars inside specific resorts, liquor shop license holders and brew bar to fill growlers, a refillable beer container. There are sanitation requirements that companies need to follow for these kinds of jugs, Holloway said.

Commissioners are likewise thinking about provisions that permit dining establishments to charge a corking charge to reseal bottle that customers can take with them. The regulation also increases the amount of time prior to a vacation that businesses have to look for an unique event permit.

The commission on Tuesday approved a service effect declaration related to the proposal and set a public meeting for 10 a.m. March 6.

The regulation covers:

– The addition of a secondary liquor authorization for cosmetology facilities and barbershops

– A hospitality alcohol service permit for particular retail establishments

– Growler service for primary bars within resort hotels, alcohol shop licensees and brew bars

– Arrangements to allow restaurants to charge a corkage charge and seal partially consumed bottles of wine for removal by consumers

– Requirements for operational and security strategies

– An increase in the time previous to a holiday unique event needed to file for an authorization

Planned sphere arena to utilize existing casino parking


Thanks To Madison Square Garden Makings, provided by the Madison Square Garden Company, of the proposed” MSG Sphere Las Vegas” arena task. The arena is a joint endeavor with Sands Corporation, to be constructed behind the Venetian and Palazzo. Its slated to open in 2020.

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A prepared spherical home entertainment arena just off the Strip got the consent today to make use of garages at close-by casinos to satisfy the majority of its parking requirement.

Clark County commissioners authorized zoning and land usage permits at today’s Zoning Commission meeting for the 18,000-seat Madison Square Garden Sphere Las Vegas on 63 acres behind the Venetian and Palazzo.

The board voted to let designer Madison Square Garden Co. and partner Las Vegas Sands Corp. cover parking with 12,101 existing areas at the Venetian, Palazzo and Sands Exposition Center garages, together with 304 spaces prepared at the arena. Developers said there will be sufficient parking at the garages, even when there is an occasion at the new arena.

Plans require a confined pedestrian bridge linking the arena and the Sands properties.

MSG Sphere Las Vegas will host concerts, awards shows and other home entertainment events. It’s not designed for sporting occasions but might accommodate boxing and blended martial arts matches, authorities said.

Building and construction is expected to start later this year, with an opening date in late 2020.

Since of the sphere’s 360-foot height and its distance to McCarran International Airport, the Federal Aviation Administration also must authorize the task.

The New York City Gilbert & & Sullivan Players in '' The Pirates of Penzance' ' at UNLV March 9

The UNLV Carrying Out Arts Center is happy to invite the New York Gilbert & & Sullivan Players in The Pirates of Penzance, joined by a live orchestra, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 9 in Artemus Ham Auditorium. Sign up with the band of swashbuckling buccaneers, bumbling British bobbies, frolicsome Victorian maidens, and the wonderfully dotty “model of a contemporary Major-General” for a rollicking romp over the rocky coast of Cornwall.

Now in its 44th year of operation, New York Gilbert & & Sullivan Players (NYGASP) is America’s preeminent professional Gilbert & & Sullivan repertory ensemble. Under the vibrant leadership of artistic director Albert Bergeret, who has been hailed as “the leading custodian of the G&S classics” by New York Magazine, NYGASP has produced its own special specific niche in the cultural mosaic of New york city City and the nation. Since its starting in 1974, the company has provided more than 2,000 efficiencies of the G&S masterpieces throughout the United States, Canada, and the UK fascinating audiences of any ages.


Tickets to New York City Gilbert & & Sullivan Players: The Pirates of Penzance are $50, $40, $30, $20, and can be bought through the Performing Arts Center ticket officeor by calling 702-895-ARTS (2787 ). Student rush tickets are $10 each (not inclusive of the facilities charge) and offered one hour prior to each occasion, based on schedule and with legitimate student ID. UNLV professors and staff discounts also are offered.

A $1.50 facilities fee, in addition to the ticket rate, is charged on all Performing Arts Center tickets. Package workplace is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

About the PAC

The UNLV Carrying Out Arts Center is Southern Nevada’s very first home for the arts: it opened in 1976 and commemorates its 42nd season this year. It hosts a variety of efficiencies and occasions and is home to productions presented by the Nevada Conservatory Theatre, UNLV School of Music, UNLV Dance, Desert Chorale, and the Southern Nevada Musical Arts Society. The UNLV PAC also is pleased to host different Clark County School District Fine Arts celebrations and performances.

Man in custody for shootings that killed two homeless guys in Las Vegas


Authorities have detained a man in connection with 4 shootings, that left 2 homeless men dead.

Joshua Castellon, 26, was apprehended on Feb. 16 by a special agent with the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Las Vegas authorities said in a release. Investigators with Las Vegas Metro cops on Tuesday filed a warrant for his arrest on 2 counts of murder and two counts of tried murder.

In an interview, Murder Lt. Dan McGrath stated a patrol officer stopped Castellon on Feb. 8, as he was sleeping in his vehicle, for a field interview. He was not homeless however would periodically sleep in his cars and truck, McGrath said.

The federal gun charge is linked to the shootings, McGrath stated, and was connected to a current purchase of a gun and ammo that is thought to be the murder weapon. No intention was revealed by Castellon since his arrest.

Following the conclusion of the federal case, Castellon will be scheduled into the Clark County Detention Center, authorities said.

Authorities previously this month stated the suspect shot an individual in the parking lot of a gas station in Logandale on Jan. 29. A few hours later, a 2nd victim was shot and killed outside of a swap meet near Rancho Drive and Washington Opportunity in Las Vegas.

On Feb. 2, police stated a 68-year-old guy was fatally shot in his sleep near 14th Street and U.S. 95. Authorities stated the shootings were random.

Anyone with any details about any of these occurrences, or anybody with surveillance video footage that might have recorded the suspect or suspect car, was prompted to get in touch with the LVMPD Murder Area by phone at 702-828-3521 or by email at [email protected] To remain confidential, contact Criminal activity Stoppers by phone at 702-385-5555, or on the web at

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Attack on solar undermines Nevada’s future

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There’s no concern that Nevada has extremely taken advantage of the increase of solar power innovation. Solar energy is clean, eco-friendly and easy to harvest– and Nevada is blessed to have no shortage of sunlight. The solar industry has actually grown over the last few years, now using 8,371 people statewide (7,031 of whom reside in Clark County)– the 4th most in the nation and the second most per capita. Nearly 95 percent of solar tasks in Nevada are in the setup, sales, circulation and project development sectors, all of which greatly depend upon the availability of economical photovoltaic panels. Veterans hold approximately 12 percent of Nevada solar tasks.

Throughout his State of the Union address, President Donald Trump declared completion of the so-called war on “beautiful, clean coal.” But what concerns me are the new attacks on renewable energy that have actually emerged over the past year under this Republican-controlled Congress and White Home.

Last month, the Trump administration slapped a damaging 30 percent tariff on imported photovoltaic panels, a negligent move that threatens a $28 billion market that depends on parts made abroad. Nevada’s solar industry is bracing for job losses.

This isn’t the first time Trump has actually undermined tidy energy to safeguard the revenues of his allies in the fossil fuel market. The administration is proposing deep budget plan cuts to the Energy Department’s renewable energy and energy-efficiency programs. Trump wishes to slash this clean energy research funding by more than 65 percent, from the present $2 billion to $696 million.

Instead of reinforcing a growing industry where we could be a global leader, Trump seems to be trying to broadly undermine clean energy to preserve out-of-date fossil fuels. This agenda comes at the expense of the American individuals’s health and the strength of our economy.

If the White Home continues down this course, we run the risk of losing good-paying Nevada jobs and slowing our state’s transition to clean energy. For years, we have combated to diversify Nevada’s industries to construct a more sustainable and durable economy. Solar is helping us with that fight in Nevada.

In Congress, I have safeguarded solar energy to secure the economic and ecological future of Nevada, and I will continue to do so. I am co-sponsoring two expenses that will reinforce solar energy: the Community College Energy Training Act and the Green Bank Act.

The Neighborhood College Energy Training Act would establish a program for labor force training and education in sustainable energy at community colleges. The Green Bank Act would create a National Green Bank that provides funding support to local, state and municipal green banks to money tidy energy and energy effective jobs.

Efforts to establish green banks have actually gotten assistance from leaders in both parties. In 2015, Gov. Brian Sandoval signed legislation developing the first-ever Nevada Clean Energy Fund. The single biggest barrier for green bank growth is an absence of access to capital, making a national green bank essential to support local and state green banks, like Nevada’s.

I’ve seen firsthand the remarkable savings that solar power can produce. As the former president of Parish Ner Tamid in Henderson, I assisted lead a group to construct of among the largest solar setups by a nonprofit in Southern Nevada through a public-private collaboration. With our solar project, we slashed energy costs by as much as 70 percent a year

Solar innovation is going to drive Nevada’s tidy energy future, and this administration has to get out of the way or work with us to support this market. We need policies in Washington that help Nevada accelerate our transition to solar, not slow us down.

Jacky Rosen represents Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District in the House of Representatives.

Bruno Mars can have Vegas whenever he desires

Is Bruno Mars done at Park Theater? Although his February 19 program was the last scheduled performance at the approximately 5,200-seat venue, I ‘d guess he’ll be back once again this year whenever he can suit another big Vegas weekend. His world-beating 24K Magic World Tour rolls on this month to New Zealand and Australia, then he’ll be springing in Asia and summering in Europe.

He’s back in the states for the BottleRock music festival in Napa Valley, California, on Might 27, so possibly he’ll hit the Strip for some Memorial Day Weekend reveals. Besides, when his residency at Park Theater was revealed in the fall of 2016– kick-starting the brand-new location with New Year’s Eve weekend shows that December– it was gone over as a multi-year thing. It’s truly only been a year.

Bruno’s program isn’t actually a residency, a minimum of not in the manner in which word is presently specified on the Strip, and definitely unlike the other Park Theater productions starring Cher and Ricky Martin. It’s all Bruno– his tunes, atrioventricular bundle, his Grammy-amassing design– and no additional Vegas fabulousness. Cher and Ricky descend from the ceiling to open their programs, shimmering in glamorous outfits and singing their biggest hits. Bruno uses the exact same set of track trousers for his whole performance, offers the location out and keeps most everybody on their feet for 90 minutes. Justin Timberlake and Taylor Swift both have brand-new albums out, but Bruno Mars is the biggest pop star on the planet today.

I finally captured his program on February 17, crept into my seat in the back of the lower level between a row of Asian 20-somethings and a variety of middle-aged folks and continued to view everybody sing and dance along to a 32-year-old Hawaiian of Filipino and Puerto Rican descent carrying out music that belongs on the R&B and pop charts of the 1980s and ’90s. Actually, the older audience members seemed to be having the better time, as they knew all the tunes in Bruno’s mid-set medley covering Ginuwine, Janet Jackson, Bobby Brown and Soul for Real. Those kids kept dancing and cheering but were clearly confused by the chorus of “Sweet Rain.”

He opened with current Hot 100 No. 3 track “Finesse,” engaging the crowd from the start and never letting them go. He took cover recommendations from fans and sang bits of Steve Marvel’s “My Cherie Amour” and Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop (That Thing)” prior to digging all the way into Prince’s “Let’s Go nuts,” as he provided for the 2017 Grammy homage to the Purple One. He sang along with the crowd on the ballad “When I Was Your Man” before bringing his complete posse back to the phase for “Locked Out of Paradise” and “Just the Way You Are,” and indulged the audience with the required encore of “Classy Funk.”

Celine Dion might have started the present Strip citizen headliner pattern at the Colosseum, and Britney Spears brought some fresh energy at the Axis, however the contemporary age of Vegas home entertainment hasn’t had a hotter, more relevant regular than Bruno Mars. It would be excellent for Vegas if he keeps returning, specifically here, where Woman Gaga will begin a multi-year run of her own in December. It’s a winner Britney will also register for duty at Park Theater, given that her show at Planet Hollywood has ended and she’ll kick off her Piece of Me Tour at MGM’s National Harbor Theater in July. More Bruno would absolutely press the Park lineup into all-star status.

New Face: Bryan Blankfield

Offered his simple personality, you may never think that Bryan Blankfield loves teaching the class that typically horrifies introverts: public speaking. However avoiding expectations seems to be commonplace for this Honors College teacher. Simply ask him about his solo dance efficiency in college.


The primary reason for coming to UNLV was the Honors College. Having actually earned my bachelor’s degree at a little liberal arts college (Roberts Wesleyan College) and Ph.D. at a big state school (Penn State), the chance here looked like a perfect mix of my experiences. This role used an opportunity to truly be familiar with trainees in a smaller sized class environment while having access to the resources of a major public organization. It also helped that a very good pal was currently living in Las Vegas.

Where did you grow up?

I was born and raised in a rural community on the outskirts of Rochester, New York. My parents owned seven acres with every variety of farm animal you can envision– that made for some remarkable minutes with my four siblings.

What inspired you to obtain into the field of communication studies?

I at first planned to study history in grad school. But after coming across an argumentation on poodle ownership in Baton Rouge, I questioned if all the consequential work in the field was tapped out. Then a professor I appreciated convinced me to pursue a Ph.D. in interaction studies/rhetoric because I had actually constantly been captivated by the power of words and signs.

What’s paradoxical (and funny): After deriding the historical research study on poodles, I end up composing my argumentation on 2,000 letters that were composed to or about FDR’s canine, Fala.

Proudest minute in your life?

That is difficult, considering that I don’t typically get captured up in essential benchmarks. If anything, I take pride in small things. For instance, I’m happy to have won a variation of the board game Danger in just one turn. In college I invested all summer learning the Napoleon Dynamite dance to perform at my school’s talent show. I’m likewise proud of that I always commit my students’ names to memory throughout the very first day of class.

How do you approach mentor Honors public speaking?.

I create my classes to produce as little anxiety as possible by incorporating many brief, less greatly weighted speeches. I likewise demonstrate that I am genuinely thinking about exactly what the students have to say, rather of just how they are stating it. By having them speak on topics that are of sociopolitical significance to their lives, the class ends up being less about performance and more about interacting significant ideas.

If you could fix something on the planet, exactly what would it be?

I ‘d settle the concern of net neutrality. Since the web is now so deeply incorporated into forming how we comprehend the world and choose, it is definitely essential that our access remain devoid of control of special interests.

Exactly what would people be amazed to know about you?

I love rap music and sewing.

Who is your hero?

Darren Sproles, presently a running back for the Philadelphia Eagles. I don’t even have a favorite team. I just like Sproles since he’s consistently exceeding the expectations individuals have of a 5-foot-6-inch football gamer. I believe he has the heart of a champion.

What cannot you work without?

Music and tea. I’m fairly persnickety about tea, preferably topped off with an area of milk.

Activity or hobbies?

A lot of my hobbies are motivated by an inherent desire to out-do relative. For example, I bake to remain on par with my sibling, who works as a pâtissière. My brother always delighted in video games and parlor game, so naturally I remain sharp sufficient to best him whenever we play. And I have actually become good with a needle and thread to compete with my mom’s sewing prowess. Because way, I suppose I’m like Mega Guy– the iconic video game character– who acquires the unique capabilities of the opponents he beats. Just don’t inform my household I stated that.

One pointer for success?

Follow the example of Bilbo Baggins and welcome the adventures that life offers you. A lot of the time we overlook the invites from the “Gandalfs” in our lives and, instead, decide to remain in the convenience of our hobbit holes– our familiar routines, relationships, and environments. Next time you get a chance to attempt something new (even if it’s small), courageously march the door.

Cops apprehend woman accused of robbing South Point Gambling establishment

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The woman was wearing a headscarf to hide her identity, revealed the cashier a handgun and she required loan, authorities stated in a release. The cashier provided her loan and she ran to an automobile waiting on her exterior.

It occurred at 7:38 p.m. on Monday. The automobile was described as an older design two-door sedan with a black top and big, chrome rims. The cars and truck went west on Silverado Cattle ranch Boulevard towards the I-15.

The woman was described as being 5′ 5″ – 5′ 6″ tall, using a black beanie, black-rimmed glasses, black coat, black pants, black boots and a large checkered headscarf.

No one was injured. Anybody with details is urged to call the Las Vegas Metropolitan Authorities Department criminal break-in area at 7020-828-3591, or to remain anonymous, call Criminal offense Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or visit

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