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B.C. rental housing plan includes 670 below-market rental units in Metro Vancouver

B.C. rental housing plan includes 670 below-market rental units in Metro Vancouver

VANCOUVER — The second phase of a homebuilding partnership between the province and Metro Vancouver will deliver up to 670 below-market rental units in four separate urban areas, Premier David Eby said Thursday.
Mark Anthony Group scuttles plan for downtown Kelowna boutique hotel

Mark Anthony Group scuttles plan for downtown Kelowna boutique hotel

Mark Anthony Group revising plans after initial feedback and neighbourhood consultation
'We have a critical need': Vancouver councillors suggest empty office space become pod hotels

'We have a critical need': Vancouver councillors suggest empty office space become pod hotels

"We think there's an opportunity here to use existing office space."
Downtown Vancouver office tower sales establish new benchmark

Downtown Vancouver office tower sales establish new benchmark

Deal signals a new era of international investment
Vancity lists properties as credit union branch closures outpace banks

Vancity lists properties as credit union branch closures outpace banks

Sale-leaseback model promise responsiveness to member needs
Second class-action lawsuit proposed over downtown UBCO campus construction

Second class-action lawsuit proposed over downtown UBCO campus construction

Overlapping lawsuits highlight broader construction issues at new campus
'Red flags': Councillor says Burnaby Housing Authority no longer needed with new B.C. legislation

'Red flags': Councillor says Burnaby Housing Authority no longer needed with new B.C. legislation

Three councillors' efforts to delay the Burnaby Housing Authority failed in a debate late last month.
Sutton Group taps James Innis as new president and COO

Sutton Group taps James Innis as new president and COO

New appointment highlights company's focus on technology-driven growth, says Sutton
Thompson Rivers University puts two 'high-priority' buildings out to market

Thompson Rivers University puts two 'high-priority' buildings out to market

First phase to connect key buildings, project goes live by February 2027
Sask. sees decrease in housing starts despite strong report from CMHC

Sask. sees decrease in housing starts despite strong report from CMHC

Saskatchewan is joined by British Columbia, Manitoba, and Ontario as the only provinces that saw a decrease in the number of housing starts in 2024.