Most people think of Chip Wilson as that guy who made billions selling yogawear with lululemon.
It's more accurate nowadays to think of him as a Vancouver property magnate, starting with his house on Point Grey Road.
It's been assessed at $75.4 million, according to figures released by B.C. Assessment.
This makes it the most valuable residence in the province.
But that's not where Wilson's property holdings end.
In May 2016, the Georgia Straight reported that his real-estate company, Low Tide Properties, was aiming for $1.5 billion in assets in 10 years.
In 2014 and 2015, Wilson sold approximately $2 billion worth of lululemon shares.
He's no longer on the board of the Vancouver-based corporation, whose Kitsilano head office is only 3.4 kilometres away from the Wilson estate.