Downtown South is a rapidly transforming neighbourhood between the gay-friendly West End and trendy Yaletown.
It's the latest development near the north end of the Granville Bridge.
As of June 30, the province had sold 111 pieces of government land to nonprofits that built and manage social housing at these locations.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has promised to shine a light on any impacts so-called foreign buyers might be having on Vancouver real-estate prices.
Housing policies adopted by the federal government since the 1990s have created a paradox about affordability, according to a B.C. policy analyst.
The only areas where the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver's benchmark price for an apartment remained below $250,000 were Maple Ridge and Port Coquitlam.
Senior Vancouver city staff’s proposal to ban demolition of pre-1940 houses in First Shaughnessy District has generated a heated response.
Interviews with government officials, building operators, tenants, and neighbours reveal a picture of social housing far less dramatic than many assume.
Are gay neighbourhoods passé? In a world that’s getting more inclusive, it seems they’re becoming relics of a discriminatory past.
A number of the city's supportive-housing buildings continue to experience growing pains that persist more than a year or longer after tenants began moving in.