Rental apartments

Projects including new rental apartments across the Lower Mainland. With Vancouver's low vacancy rate and thousands of new residents moving to the city every year, developers are returning to the rental apartment market as rents have risen to levels that make new construction economically feasible. The City of Vancouver's Rental 100 initiative has also encouraged the construction of hundreds of new rental apartment units.

Gabriola House Mansion apartments

Iconic Gabriola House mansion to be converted into rental apartments

One of Vancouver's oldest buildings, the Gabriola Mansion on Davie Street, will soon be transformed into rental apartments and a new, four-unit townhouse building. The iconic...
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Vancouver man posts video showing deficiencies in $1.3M condo

Vancouver resident and YouTuber Bradley Friesen has posted a video tour of several apparent deficiencies in a $1.3 million condominium he was renting downtown. Friesen said in...
Intracorp development Victoria and East 11 Ave.

First project under new Grandview-Woodland plan revealed

We are getting a look at one of the first new developments to be built under the new Grandview-Woodland community plan for the Commercial Drive...
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Rental apartments proposed for site of The Narrow Lounge in Mount Pleasant

A unique watering hole in Mount Pleasant could be replaced by a mixed-use retail and rental apartment building. The Narrow Lounge, best known for its "secret" entrance...
1770 Davie St.

Local developer acquires iconic West End apartment tower

Anyone who visits English Bay and the West End on a regular basis likely recognizes the iconic yellow and green rental apartment tower that...
Vancouver post office redevelopment

New models of Downtown Vancouver post office redevelopment

We now have a better picture of redevelopment plans for the downtown Vancouver post office, the largest heritage revitalization project in city history. Musson Cattell...

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