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Movie director James Cameron's Vancouver Island winery is for sale

Movie director James Cameron's Vancouver Island winery is for sale

The Academy Award-winning director of Titanic bought the winery in 2013 for $2.7 million
August average rent continues slide in Vancouver but jumps in Burnaby

August average rent continues slide in Vancouver but jumps in Burnaby

Vancouver still has the second-highest rent in Canada, though
Concord Pacific pays $1 billion for St. Paul’s Hospital site

Concord Pacific pays $1 billion for St. Paul’s Hospital site

The Burrard Street site of Vancouver’s St. Paul’s Hospital has been sold to development giant Concord Pacific Group for about $1 billion
Massive affordable housing project in the works for Port Coquitlam

Massive affordable housing project in the works for Port Coquitlam

The project is in the works for a prominent corner in Port Coquitlam and the public will soon get a say on its future
B.C. taxpayers are Canada’s biggest hotel buyers

B.C. taxpayers are Canada’s biggest hotel buyers

The B.C. government was the largest single buyer of hotel properties in Canada during the second quarter of this fiscal year
‘Unique’ condo project inches closer to construction in Port Moody

‘Unique’ condo project inches closer to construction in Port Moody

The condo project is 14 years in the making
99-year-old North Vancouver home facing demolition

99-year-old North Vancouver home facing demolition

District puts temporary halt on plans to knock down heritage-registered Craftsman bungalow
Vancouver's ‘Condo King’ derides Burnaby’s Metrotown as ‘not liveable’

Vancouver's ‘Condo King’ derides Burnaby’s Metrotown as ‘not liveable’

“It is not liveable, it is not walkable - it’s a hodgepodge the way it was put together.”
Are online home auctions the next big thing in Metro Vancouver luxury real estate?

Are online home auctions the next big thing in Metro Vancouver luxury real estate?

Some real estate agents are convinced that the online transition of home sales will fundamentally reshape the Metro Vancouver real estate sector
B.C. hotels could pivot to affordable multi-family rental housing

B.C. hotels could pivot to affordable multi-family rental housing

A plunge in revenue could be a window of opportunity for some hotels in Vancouver and across the province