An affordable housing project is slated for a vacant lot on East Hastings near Glen Drive on the edge of the Downtown Eastside.
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BlueSky Brightside goes before Surrey city council, a three-tower development with over 1,300 units, including purpose-built rentals.
Local developer, Vertex Developments, is offering eight per cent interest on deposits at its upcoming project, The Hillcrest, with the idea of covering any interest owed on down payment loans, plus an additional three-to-four per cent interest as an incentive.
Sapperton Green will transform the area around Braid SkyTrain station in New Westminster into a transit-oriented, master-planned community.
Plans for a six-storey development on Cambie Street, known as the Slate Block, have been approved by Vancouver city council.
The redevelopment of the Ashley Mar Housing Co-op will see one-for-one replacement of the existing units, plus 528 additional rental units.
Rize Alliance has officially filed a development application for their upcoming office building on Terminal Avenue, known as The Grid.
Buffalo Group is behind plans for 210 new homes on St. Johns Street in Port Moody, with a mix of market strata and rentals.
Stuart Howard Architects Inc. has designed a handsome, six-storey secured market rental building with 43 units near Kingsway and Clark Drive.