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Is this the only Point Grey Road house that’s getting less expensive?

Is this the only Point Grey Road house that’s getting less expensive?

When Chip Wilson, living in BC’s highest-valued property , is your near neighbour, it’s hard to imagine your home getting less expensive year over year. But for one home listing on the “Golden Mile,” this seems to be the case.
‘Chateau du Lac’ on Whistler’s Nita Lake listed for $25.9M

‘Chateau du Lac’ on Whistler’s Nita Lake listed for $25.9M

The sprawling estate known as Chateau du Lac on Nita Lake in Whistler is up for sale at $25.9 million , making it the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver’s priciest new listing the week of January 15-21.
Could family-sized laneway homes be on Vancouver’s housing horizon?

Could family-sized laneway homes be on Vancouver’s housing horizon?

Does a three-bedroom laneway house sound good to you? It sounds good to Bryn Davidson of Lanefab, a company that builds laneway as well as custom, full-size homes.
Major redevelopment planned for Vancouver’s Jewish Community Centre

Major redevelopment planned for Vancouver’s Jewish Community Centre

A major redevelopment is proposed for the Jewish Community Centre on Vancouver’s West Side, at Oak Street and West 41st Avenue.
New Westminster hoping to innovate on rental, affordable housing

New Westminster hoping to innovate on rental, affordable housing

The City of New Westminster wants to find ways to preserve affordable and rental housing despite development pressures.
New rental building proposed for East Hastings

New rental building proposed for East Hastings

In a city where there are precious few rental buildings being constructed, a six-storey mixed-use building with rental has been proposed for 3532 East Hastings.
Heritage homes at risk of bulldozer in West Vancouver

Heritage homes at risk of bulldozer in West Vancouver

The District of West Vancouver is making an attempt to save two more architecturally significant heritage homes from the bulldozer. But at least one West Coast Modern classic on their radar will soon be demolished for redevelopment.
City of North Vancouver approves new condos despite outcry

City of North Vancouver approves new condos despite outcry

City of North Vancouver council voted on January 22 to allow for 179 condo units at 150 East Eighth Street.
Arbutus Village developer wants more density – because of housing crisis

Arbutus Village developer wants more density – because of housing crisis

The developer of the upcoming Arbutus Village has applied to the City of Vancouver to add an extra 113,519 square feet to the project, saying, “Since the Arbutus Centre Rezoning was approved in 2011, the housing crisis has worsened in Vancouver.
Liberals want city to act on farmland mega mansions

Liberals want city to act on farmland mega mansions

Richmond’s Liberal MLAs say it’s time city council take stricter measures on house sizes in the Agricultural Land Reserve.