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James Cheng Aims For The Sky With Pioneering Vancouver Tower

The Stack, a new 37-storey tower in downtown Vancouver, is North America's first zero-carbon office building.

Future Developments

Interview With The Architect: Herzog & de Meuron On The New Vancouver Art Gallery

​Simon Demeuse, Partner at Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron, takes us inside the design of the upcoming Vancouver Art Gallery.


STOREYS' Metro Vancouver Real Estate Fall Forecast

​Projections. Policy. Presales. Here's what to expect for the Metro Vancouver real estate market this fall.

Future Developments

After 10 Years, Concert And Peterson Are Ready To Bring Langara Gardens To Fruition

​Concert Properties and Peterson Group have submitted their rezoning application for the Langara Gardens redevelopment, after initially declaring their intent back in 2013.

Future Developments

Wesgroup Proposing 25 And 17-Storey Rental Towers Near Oakridge

​Wesgroup Properties originally submitted their rezoning application for the Oakridge site in 2020, but has since made significant changes to the proposal.

Urban Living

City Of Vancouver And Director Of Planning Theresa O'Donnell Part Ways

O'Donnell joined the City of Vancouver in 2019 after previously being a senior executive at the City of Dallas for over a decade.

Real Estate News

Vancouver Hiking License Fees To Combat Short-Term Rentals

In Vancouver, the license fee to operate a short-term rental is currently $109. Staff recommended it be increased to $450. Council says $1,000.

Real Estate News

Concert Properties Acquires 10-Storey Standard In Vancouver From Bosa

​The Standard at 1142 Granville Street was developed by Bosa Properties in 2013 and has now been sold to Concert Properties.

Real Estate News

Average Monthly Rent In Canada Just Hit A New Record-High, Surpassing $2,100

On a local level, however, Canada's priciest cities — Toronto and Vancouver — both posted “below average” annual rent increases in August.


City Of Vancouver Looks To Address Hotel Room Shortage

Councillor Kirby-Yung notes that Vancouver is in need of 10,000 new hotel rooms as it prepares to host several large-scale events in the coming years.

Real Estate News

Norquay Village Is A Test Case For Multiplex Zoning, Say Residents

Norquay residents argue that their neighbourhood was an experiment in density that didn’t turn out as expected, with limited amenities and no movement on affordability.