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Here’s a look at the epic mass timber building set to tower over Mount Pleasant

Here’s a look at the epic mass timber building set to tower over Mount Pleasant

They'll be using a hybrid mass timber model to reduce the building's carbon footprint.
Two more B.C. real estate firms fined for anti-money laundering violations

Two more B.C. real estate firms fined for anti-money laundering violations

Parent firm LeHomes Realty has been fined over half a million dollars for two breaches; Cathay Pacific Realty Ltd. was fined $206,250.
Grave crisis: Metro cemeteries running out of real estate

Grave crisis: Metro cemeteries running out of real estate

Property squeeze driving up price, reducing availability of burial space at B.C. cemeteries
Housing supply limiting B.C.’s population growth

Housing supply limiting B.C.’s population growth

Duelling reports question housing demand, but demand more housing
Vancouver fends off ‘zombie’ towers spooking U.S. cities

Vancouver fends off ‘zombie’ towers spooking U.S. cities

Core office towers are going dark from Manhattan to San Francisco as employees prefer working from home – but Vancouver has so far dodged the downturn
Housing remains low and slow throughout September in B.C., across Canada

Housing remains low and slow throughout September in B.C., across Canada

Mortgage qualifying a "significant hurdle" for many potential buyers, says the British Columbia Real Estate Association.
B.C. oceanfront home listed for $189,000

B.C. oceanfront home listed for $189,000

The property is 28 kilometres from Prince Rupert
Lynn Valley's newest affordable rental housing for independent seniors

Lynn Valley's newest affordable rental housing for independent seniors

Kiwanis North Shore Housing Society's six-storey Lynn Woods offers one-bedroom suites
Pressure building on construction industry bottom lines

Pressure building on construction industry bottom lines

Inflation costs, supply chain logjams, labour shortages delaying needed development
Most and least expensive homes sold on the North Shore in September

Most and least expensive homes sold on the North Shore in September

Sales traditionally tick up in September after a summer slow down. This year that hasn't happened.
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