For two-bedroom apartments, Vancouver is still the most-expensive market in Canada.
The developer, Asia Standard Americas, plans to replace the building with two condo towers.
First on the list is for Burnaby to create a modular-housing strategy.
There will be a “quiet zone” at the two proposed 3.5-storey rental buildings at 4575 Granville Street.
There is a growing number of units coming on to the market due to the slowing number of residential sales, an empty homes tax, and municipal regulation of short-term rentals.
"Our housing market should be used for housing people, not for laundering the proceeds of crime,” Finance Minister Carole James said in a news release.
A hidden but historic section of Gastown is up for redevelopment.
Larrie Andrew Forbes was disciplined for failing to inform his client about the roof replacement.
Council will hold public hearing on seven rezoning applications for townhouses on May 16.
Home sales in Metro Vancouver were 43.1 percent below the 10-year average for the month of April.
The area known as Mount Pixel is being fuelled by a zoning amendment, a future SkyTrain line, and the creation of a new Emily Carr University campus.
The city is giving business properties a $15.8-million tax break and transferring that onto residential payers.