Launched in the teeth of a pandemic, a new 122-unit luxury condominium tower in West Vancouver has pre-sold 54 condos in the last month, including a $6 million penthouse, and the head of its marketing team suggest the success is more than a geographic anomaly.
Deep-pocket institutional investors continued to pile into the Metro Vancouver commercial real estate market this spring, as witnessed by the purchase last week of a Gastown office building and the. . .
Building construction has started on the controversial 530-acre Southlands community in Tsawassen, 30 years after the land was purchased and 14 years since a development proposal was first pitched to Delta council
The B.C. government has bought the Comfort Inn and Suites in Victoria for $18.5 million to provide temporary shelter for 65 people living in homeless camps at Topaz Park and Pandora Avenue in the . . .
While most B.C. businesses shut down by the pandemic look to the provincial health officer for guidance on when they might cautiously reopen, many resource companies turn more to global markets and. . .
Office and industrial sectors saw the fewest tenants seeking rent relief in April, while requests for rental help is exploding among retail tenants due to COVID-19 closures, according to a national. . .
In what Laura Jones is calling a “nightmare on Main Street” nearly 60 per cent Canadian small businesses say they will not be able to pay rent May 1 on their commercial properties due to the COVID-. . .
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