A unique Scandinavian-inspired home near Trout Lake in East Vancouver is on the market, with dark stained cedar cladding and high-end windows.
The two parcels are in the heart of Burke Mountain, a growth area in Northeast Coquitlam envisioned as a complete community, with upwards of 50,000 residents, a thriving commercial village and abundant community and recreational amenities.
That’s the thing with real estate isn’t it, hindsight is always 20/20. One day you’re deciding whether you ‘should’ or ‘shouldn’t’ and the next day you realize, boy did I ever miss out on that opportunity. Housing has become such a hot topic in Vancouver, that if you ever experience an awkward silence at a […]
How to weigh the risks and reap the rewards of this real estate investment Vancouver’s housing market moves fast — blink, and you might miss it. Sometimes, the only way to get in on the ground floor is to literally get in on the ground floor. In this case, we’re referring to presale or pre-build […]
Worry free trips to the store, your mom’s or the mountains — just a few reasons why carsharing has become entrenched in the fabric of modern Vancouver life The dense, bustling cities of New York, Chicago and San Francisco have got nothing on Vancouver — at least not when it comes to carsharing. In fact, […]
Vancouver’s newest purpose-built rental building, Art on 6th, is being constructed with a degree of quality and finishings we have come to expect in high-end condos. It’s all in keeping with the overarching philosophy of the project’s developer and manager, Austeville Properties. You’ll be forgiven if you are not familiar with Austeville. This local, family-owned […]
Richard Stewart is the Mayor of Coquitlam, and authored this editorial. Learn more about Mayor Stewart here. Read part two of the series here. The crisis of housing affordability facing many Metro Vancouver families is enormous. With suburban land prices exceeding $100 – $140 per square foot, this is the first time in the history of […]
Richard Stewart is the Mayor of Coquitlam, and authored this editorial. Learn more about Mayor Stewart here. “Why are you letting the owner of that building demolish perfectly good housing?” It’s a question we hear all the time. In Letters to the Editor, in emails, at Public Hearings. It’s a question with two distinct parts […]
The City of Vancouver, under intense pressure to do something to help relieve skyrocketing housing prices, is planning to bring in a new policy mandating more “family-friendly” units in new condo projects. The proposed policy, going to council next week, will call for a minimum of 35 per cent of all units in new projects […]
Visitors to Vancouver from cities all over the world are likely mystified when they open the Uber app and try to hail a ride in our fair city — the ride-sharing service is not allowed to operate here. In fact, it’s not allowed to operate anywhere in B.C. Despite the fact Uber is outlawed in B.C., over […]