A 24-storey office tower is proposed atop a heritage building on Granville Street near West Pender Street.
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A striking concept for two residential towers on Alberni Street, designed by UNStudio, has surfaced as part of an architectural competition.
Only one building back from the Seawall, this newly renovated gem by Tatianna Taylor-Tait was designed with the Vancouver House interiors in mind. Featuring gorgeous Herringbone wood floors, a mini-bar area with wine fridge, and a full laundry room, this home is sure to impress.
Westbank has flipped an upcoming residential tower at Joyce SkyTrain station to 100 per cent rental, and added four additional floors.
Archetype, an upcoming mixed-use development by QuadReal and Hungerford Properties at East 1st and Main Street, is now selling.
Smart technology like Snaile smart parcel lockers are playing a key role in managing deliveries in Canadian multi-residential buildings.
Developer Wesgroup is planning two 222 secured market rental units at Oak and West 41st, on the former site of a Chevron service station.
Westbank and Crombie REIT have revised their ambitious plans for Broadway & Commercial, significantly boosting the number of rental units.
A spectacular tower concept by Alterativ Design Lab could soon liven up the skyline of Central Lonsdale in North Vancouver.
Nordstrom Rack opened its first store in Metro Vancouver in Langley at Willowbrook Centre on Sept. 17, 2020, and shoppers were thrilled.
The development permit for a controversial Kitsilano rental building has been filed, and it includes five additional units, which could further raise neigbourhood ire over the proposal.
A presale presentation centre for Little Mountain is in the works, signalling the start of market housing construction on the site.
Construction is continuing on the 74-space Gastown Child Care Centre designed by Acton Ostry, atop two parking garages on Water Street.
A six-storey building is planned for a land assembly on Joyce Street, next to the Joyce Rectifier Station, a boxy electrical substation.
In an effort to mitigate the myriad of problems associated with the onslaught of parcels from online shopping, many are turning to technology to save the day – including smart parcel lockers, such as those produced by Canadian-owned and operated Snaile.