Denise Lash

Denise Lash practices in the area of real estate with a concentration on condominium law at Heenan Blaikie, Toronto.

She provides a wide range of services to condominium corporations and real estate developers.

Denise is a regular columnist for Canadian Real Estate, Newinhomes.com (Toronto Star) and Home News (Condo Edition). She has written related articles that have appeared in Condo Life Magazine, New Dreamhomes & Condominiums Magazine, The Condo Voice, and Condominium Manager Magazine and contributed monthly as a columnist for Metro News and the Condo Report for the Real Estate News. Denise has been a guest on CBC Radio, AM 640 Toronto Radio, AM 740 Prime Time Radio and CFRB Newstalk 1010, and has also appeared on Global TV, Breakfast Television and various local Rogers Television shows.

In 2006, Denise was the host of MondoCondo TV, a national programme broadcasted on CH, TVtropolis and Global TV. Denise is also the editor of the blog http://www.condoreporter.com in which Denise regularly blogs about condominium issues facing condominium corporations, owners, purchasers and condo developers.

Denise has a passion for condominium life and the issues that people face in their different roles in the condominium industry. As a frequent lecturer, she volunteers her time to promote condo education.

Denise is also founder of the Toronto Condo Show, a consumer show and conference designed to provide advice and information on the emerging condominium culture in Toronto. Denise is Chair of the Condominium Management Standards Council of the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario’s ACMO 2000 Committee; past national director and vice-president (Toronto chapter), and Associate and Fellow (ACCI and FCCI, respectively) of the Canadian Condominium Institute, as well as a member of the Building Industry and Land Development Association, the Community Associations Institute and the Urban Land Institute.

Denise is also a member of the TowerWise Energy Efficiency Committee, a committee organized by the Toronto Atmospheric Fund to promote energy education for high-rise buildings.

(August 2011)

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