The first rentals of strata units in Vancouver House are popping up online — and the prices are eye-popping as well.
Darwin Construction’s development in North Vancouver, which will see the replacement of the Harry Jerome Recreation Centre, continues to advance, with the announcement of new seniors housing.
2020 property assessments by BC Assessment are now available to view online on the e-valueBC system. Anyone can visit the website and input a property address to see the assessed value. Users can also view the value of neighbouring properties, and see what they may have sold for in the past year.
A six-storey rental apartment building is planned for a mid-block site on Kingsway, between Clark Drive and Inverness. The proposal is under the city’s secured market rental housing program, known as Rental 100.
Gryphon Development and Acton Ostry have filed a rezoning application for a 10-storey condo building at Cambie Street and West 49th Avenue.
Local developer Marcon is providing real-time construction updates on their website, including photos, milestones and projected completion date.
A new home for LGBTQ resource centre QMUNITY as well social housing and commercial space are slated for the corner of Davie and Burrard.
A one-storey building at the corner of Alexander and Jackson in Railtown will soon be replaced by a modern, mixed-use six-storey building.
The owners of Capilano Mall in North Vancouver are planning for redevelopment and have launched a public engagement effort.
Six years after purchasing the former home of the Catholic archdiocese in Vancouver, Amacon is moving forward with plans to redevelop the property at Cambie and Robson with a residential tower and hotel.