Real Estate

A man who illegally built rooms in his home will have more municipal inspectors going all over his place.
Plans to turn Oakridge Mall into Vancouver’s next mixed-use mini-city are on their way to public hearings.
If approved, it would be one of the largest rezonings in Vancouver history. It's one of the largest rezoning applications in recent Vancouver history.
Last month, Key Marketing announced an innovative approach that enables people to convert their car into home equity at a 61-unit project called InGastown.
Vancouver’s Central Presbyterian Church may be close to fulfilling its vision.
The number of transactions in January was 30.3 percent over the same month in 2013.
With condo towers rising to the north around the intersection of Cambie Street and Southwest Marine Drive, Marpole resident Don Larson wants Mayor Gregor Robertson to lead the creation of a new green space.
The City of North Vancouver has approved the addition of basements and cellars below garages of single-family homes.
NPA park commissioner Melissa De Genova questions why the city can use community-amenity contributions to build new neighbourhood houses but won’t proceed with a new seniors centre in the Killarney area.
Even though Minnie Wong understood that she was committing an act of discrimination against Jennifer Horneland, she rejected the solicitor’s application for tenancy.