Who’s Been Sleeping in Your Neighbour’s Bed: Airbnb & Toronto Condominium Disruption
Toronto is the largest condominium market in Canada with thousands of units per night listed for rent on Airbnb. The growth in condominiums and the growth in sharing economy platforms like Airbnb has become an issue for condominium owners, boards and managers.
This panel on March 7, 2017, featured experts and stakeholders speaking about the disruption of Airbnb on Toronto condominiums. Speakers reviewed the latest research on tourist motivations, Toronto Airbnb listing supply, condominium issues and how condo Airbnb issues are dealt with.
Vass Bednar, Senior Policy Associate, Airbnb
Roger Thompson, VP of Strategy & Sustainability, FirstService
Denise Lash, Condominium Lawyer, Lash Condo Law
Todd Hofley, CEO of Community
Dr. Daniel Guttentag, Airbnb Researcher, Ryerson University
Dr. Chris Gibbs, Hospitality and Tourism Researcher, Ryerson University
The event was moderated by Diane Francis, award-winning columnist, bestselling author, investigative journalist, television commentator and screenplay writer.
575 Bay Street (entrance at 55 Dundas Street West)
Room: TRS 3-175, 9th floor Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5G 2C3
350 Victoria Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B 2K3