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Vancouver council OKs 400-foot tower that partially blocks North Shore views

Vancouver council OKs 400-foot tower that partially blocks North Shore views

Vancouver council allows infringement on designated view cones, but requires entire tower to be 'secured market rental housing'
Opinion: Would more corporate HQs ease Metro Vancouver’s housing-income gap?

Opinion: Would more corporate HQs ease Metro Vancouver’s housing-income gap?

Our region has possibly North America’s biggest median-home-price-to-income chasm, so surely having more highly paid jobs would help – right?
Burnaby paves way to halt displacement with rental-only zoning

Burnaby paves way to halt displacement with rental-only zoning

Motion passed Monday could lead to bylaw ensuring evicted tenants have a new home to move into
Erickson-designed, Chinese-inspired house listed for $5.49M (PHOTOS)

Erickson-designed, Chinese-inspired house listed for $5.49M (PHOTOS)

Four-bedroom Hwang House was designed in Soo Chow tradition of northern China
A look at the ‘Tree House’ condos planned for Cypress (IMAGES)

A look at the ‘Tree House’ condos planned for Cypress (IMAGES)

Architectural landmark proposed for elevated mountain lot to contain 37 large West Coast-style homes
Design process critical in creating cohousing communities, says American architect

Design process critical in creating cohousing communities, says American architect

Charles Durrett, who coined the term, raises concerns about ‘cohousing lite’
Whistler lakeside 'chateau' to be sold in online auction (PHOTOS)

Whistler lakeside 'chateau' to be sold in online auction (PHOTOS)

Massive Nita Lake estate was listed at $25.9 million, now going to highest bidder in unusual no-reserve auction
Tour this ultra-contemporary new mansion, listed at $16.58M (PHOTOS)

Tour this ultra-contemporary new mansion, listed at $16.58M (PHOTOS)

Architecturally edgy West Vancouver home has jaw-dropping features including infinity pool and glass wine walls
Stratas handed hefty fining power over short-term rentals

Stratas handed hefty fining power over short-term rentals

In a bid to tackle Airbnb-style operations, strata councils can now dish out $1,000 a day fines to violators of short-term rental bylaws
New-home presales plummet in Lower Mainland

New-home presales plummet in Lower Mainland

Richmond seeing absorption rates even lower than regional total