Three developers have partnered to complete the Polaris tower in Metrotown in Burnaby.
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The continuing redevelopment of shopping centres across the Lower Mainland, including Oakridge Centre, Lansdowne Centre, Brentwood Town Centre, Lougheed Town Centre and Metrotown, will bring thousands of new homes to the market.
In downtown Vancouver, luxury condominium towers designed by internationally-renowned architects, like Vancouver House by Bjarke Ingels, are transforming the skyline.
Hundreds of new projects launch every year across the Lower Mainland, from entry-level projects targeting first-time buyers in the suburbs, to luxurious, high-end tower homes west of Denman.
The proposal for a mixed-use development on the site of the Brickhouse bar at Main and Union is back, but reduced by four floors.
Anthem is hoping to attract first-time homebuyers in North Vancouver with a rent-to-own program at its proposed development, Seymour Estates.
West Vancouver’s iconic “Pink Palace” — a brightly painted 15-storey apartment building on the waterfront — could soon be facing the wrecking ball.
Vancouver will host Canada’s first “CondoExpo” this weekend, bringing condo projects and developers from across the city to one venue.
Westbank, Crombie REIT and architects Perkins + Will have unveiled the redevelopment of the Safeway site at East Broadway and Commercial Drive, adjacent to the SkyTrain station.
Ankenman Marchand Architects has designed two new infill buildings to bookend a heritage home on the border of Shaughnessy.
A major development near the Britannia Mine Museum is moving forward with the project’s first open house scheduled later this month.
Aoyuan International has begun the process of rezoning their eight-acre property at Willingdon and Dawson in Burnaby’s Brentwood neighbourhood.
Many home buyers have difficulty seeing past the current state of a property and being able to visualize what it could look like.
Development application outlines changes to mall entrance, new façades for existing buildings around Oakridge Centre.
Five single-family lots at Oak and West 52nd will soon be home to 36 row homes in seven buildings. The row homes will replace five houses.
Eight single-family homes on a block of Garden Drive at East Broadway will soon be demolished to make way for 109 strata condos in two six-storey buildings.
Boffo Developments plans to develop a major high-rise community on the border of Burnaby and Coquitlam.
A four-storey, mixed-use building is planned for 1050 Kingsway between Windsor Street and East 20th Avenue.