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Six-storey rental project approved for Chesterfield Avenue

Six-storey rental project approved for Chesterfield Avenue

Shortly after discussing the role Austria’s communist party played in establishing Vienna’s stock of subsidized rental housing; City of North Vancouver council got around to the development on the table.
City of North Van green lights co-housing development

City of North Van green lights co-housing development

27-unit Driftwood Village praised as ‘creative housing solution’
Seniors want to stay in their homes through retirement: poll

Seniors want to stay in their homes through retirement: poll

Lack of desire to downsize could be a problem for younger and move-up homebuyers
Concord fights stonemason's mining permits in Supreme Court

Concord fights stonemason's mining permits in Supreme Court

Developer can't build residential community on Porteau Cove site while Squamish stonemason has permits to mine property for granite
Rent-to-own scheme in condo project wins over PoMo councillors

Rent-to-own scheme in condo project wins over PoMo councillors

Changes made by The Panatch Group to its 358-unit condo proposal, including 30 below-market rent-to-own units, have answered affordable housing concerns
District of North Van pauses Innovation District plans

District of North Van pauses Innovation District plans

Council votes 5-2 to punt debate on Maplewood project to post-election time
Most B.C. real estate markets now ‘back in balanced conditions’

Most B.C. real estate markets now ‘back in balanced conditions’

Annual drop in home sales and corresponding rise in listings are pulling on average resale prices
Most B.C. real estate markets now ‘back in balanced conditions’

Most B.C. real estate markets now ‘back in balanced conditions’

Annual drop in home sales and corresponding rise in listings are pulling on average prices
Most B.C. real estate markets now ‘back in balanced conditions’

Most B.C. real estate markets now ‘back in balanced conditions’

Victoria and Vancouver Island are the biggest exceptions to that rule, however
Co-housing development halted in alley as CNV reviews access issues

Co-housing development halted in alley as CNV reviews access issues

Chesterfield development slated to come back to council July 23
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