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North Van’s giant Lonsdale Square breaks ground

North Van’s giant Lonsdale Square breaks ground

Massive mixed-used community will eventually include more than 800 homes and a new recreation centre
B.C. commercial real estate index jumps 15 per cent

B.C. commercial real estate index jumps 15 per cent

First-quarter spike in leading indicator is third straight quarterly increase, despite pandemic restrictions
Real Estate Investing Part 4: commercial strata in B.C.

Real Estate Investing Part 4: commercial strata in B.C.

Commercial strata gives investors an edge not seen in the more-regulated and complicated residential condo market
Office tower speculators fearless in Vancouver

Office tower speculators fearless in Vancouver

Downtown office towers are nearing completion without a single square foot of space leased
Golf courses sell into a rising market

Golf courses sell into a rising market

With golf rounds up 30 per cent or more since the pandemic began, the market for courses comes flying out of the rough
Vanderhoof shares in B.C. mining potential

Vanderhoof shares in B.C. mining potential

About 450 full time jobs expected at just one of the new mines angling to open – if B.C.’s ‘sclerotic permitting system’ gets unclogged
Burnaby-Coquitlam steps into the spotlight

Burnaby-Coquitlam steps into the spotlight

Two neighbouring Metro Vancouver municipalities represent the sixth largest real estate development site in Western Canada.
Taxpayers own most of Vancouver’s skid row

Taxpayers own most of Vancouver’s skid row

Real estate in the crime-ridden, drug-addled Downtown Eastside is owned primarily by taxpayers, who are paying a high price for it
North Van industrial site closes at $15.7M per acre

North Van industrial site closes at $15.7M per acre

Largest North Vancouver industrial deal so far in 2021, $44 million sale includes four buildings and 2.79 acres with “phenomenal redevelopment potential”
Beedie self-financing condo tower to beat rising costs

Beedie self-financing condo tower to beat rising costs

“It’s a signal that we are going ahead. We are confident in this market,” says president of Beedie Living