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.

Coast Plaza hotel

Coast Plaza Hotel in Vancouver’s West End to become rental apartments

The aging Coast Plaza Hotel on Denman Street in Vancouver’s West End will be transformed next year into rental apartments and a smaller boutique...
1640-1650 Alberni

Hollyburn proposes new Coal Harbour rental apartment tower

The demolition of a perfectly good apartment tower in downtown Vancouver to make way for a new, taller apartment tower is rare. While low-rise, three storey...
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...
Westbank New Fountain Blood Alley redevelopment

Blood Alley in Gastown to get makeover

Blood Alley in Gastown is set to receive a makeover with the redevelopment of two heritage buildings on Cordova Street in a unique partnership...
Rogers Arena apartments for rent

Second tower of rental apartments at Rogers Arena takes shape

The Aquilini family, owner of the Vancouver Canucks and Rogers Arena, are smartly capitalizing on Vancouver's tight apartment rental market with their three-tower development called Aquilini Centre.

Once complete, the project will bring 600 new rentals to downtown Vancouver's near-zero vacancy rental market.

Rents in the first tower started at $1,550 for a 450 sq ft one bedroom unit, but those units appear to be all snapped up.

New rental apartments Granville and Davie

New rental apartments coming to Davie & Granville

The first is a new rental apartment building at the corner of Davie and Granville at the current site of the Tsui Hang Village Chinese Restaurant, a spot famous among Vancouverites for their late night take-out window and "special tea."

Deecorp is proposing a seven storey mixed-use building with 94 rental apartments on top of street level retail. There will also be 47 underground parking spots.

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