Real Estate

Atira Women's Resource Centre is redefining Vancouver's architecture

Meet a Vancouver real estate developer whose target market is people who can't afford to pay rent.
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As "global super-rich" buy sweet security of Vancouver homes, outrage over rising prices and accusations of racism

“We’re an immigrant nation. So to say that immigrants are somehow impacting the marketplace is beginning to sound suspiciously awkward to me," BC realtor says.

Bob Rennie at Urban Development Institute addresses future of Vancouver housing market

Greater Vancouver’s over-55 demographic is sitting on $163.4 billion in clear title housing. What will be the impact of $163.4 billion in equity in the hands of an aging population in our marketplace?

Gesamtkunstwerk and Vancouver House: "Vancouverism 2.0"

Reimagining the foot of the Granville Bridge.

An affordable condo in Vancouver, or a big house in the U.S.?

What can you buy for $500,000 here compared to in the U.S.?

Lightsaber in the bathtub: The Private Residences at Hotel Georgia

Way up high: commanding views and prices to match in this downtown luxury building. Jordan will need some roommates.

University of British Columbia: a place of the mind, a place to live

The isolation of living at UBC is starting to change, as retail space opens and more people move into five neighbourhoods run by the board of governors.

Winter shelters opening for Vancouver's homeless: Come out of the cold

More space for Vancouver's most vulnerable as the homeless population remains steady.

Vancouver Rent Bank boasts a year of preventing evictions

Vancouver's Rent Bank celebrates its first birthday.

A brief history of Vancouver gentrification: The drama of urban development

Vancouver has a history of power imbalance, which has fueled gentrification.