The 42-storey hotel has been on Robson Street since the 1970s.
The new 15-percent tax on property transactions involving foreign nationals virtually stopped sales to foreign buyers across Metro Vancouver, the latest round of provincial government data on B.C. real-estate sales appears to show.
The company operates the North Vancouver ski and snowboarding hill, as well as a wildlife refuge and Altitudes Bistro.
The plaintiff is hoping to have her lawsuit certified as a class action.
Ian Gillespie of Westbank Projects Corp. has informed the school board of amendments to his company’s rezoning application for a property adjacent to Joyce-Collingwood Station.
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A Point Grey property owner wasn't nearly as fortunate in her application to the Property Assessment Appeal Board.
Celebrated German architect Ole Scheeren designed some of the higher floors to extend in different directions.
The number of transactions fell 22.8 percent from the previous month and 26 percent below the figure in August 2015.