New Burnaby Mayor Mike Hurley promised during the last election campaign to stop the displacement of tenants.
Even the mere suggestion that the new mayor should counter public ignorance is enough to prompt a torrent of criticism.
The previous council took no action on a plan to increase housing choices in the two neighbourhoods.
Home listings were at a four-year high for October last month.
The Villa at 3827 Sunridge Drive was originally assessed at $13.7 million.
The development at 1555 Robson Street has 153 condo and 24 social housing units.
The development is a four-storey seniors’ care facility with 100 units.
Three men and their companies deceived investors by convincing them they were purchasing real-estate investments.
Finance Minister Carole James has imposed a surcharge on homes valued at more than $3 million, which will likely have a big effect on tenants renting houses owned by small-time landlords.
A 32-storey mixed-use building is planned for 5055 Joyce Street.
The grocery store at 959 East 35th Avenue has been serving the Kensington neighbourhood since 1921.
Land-value capture, rent freeze, and 50 percent below-market units in multi-family projects are just three of the new ideas being brought forward in the Vancouver election.
The West End project will have one condo unit for each floor.
Developer Kush Panatch says renters will have their fees saved for a purchase down payment.
The Best of Vancouver winner in the independent mortgage broker category has some thoughts about which 'hoods are ideal for millennial buyers.
He also believes that there's a lot of support in the community for a project to redevelop the Kettle Society premises near the corner of Commercial Drive and Venables Street.
Qualex Landmark Ltd. has proposed a five-storey, mixed use building on the block.
Marcon Development Ltd. has applied to redevelop the location of Rosellen Suites at Stanley Park hotel.
The housing development will replace an industrial building at 1102-1138 East Georgia Street.
The Vancouver mayoral candidate is hoping that his housing plan hits the sweet spot with the electorate.
Trevor Inglis warned fellow realtor of retaliation after the agent complained against him.
Vancouver's mostly lame-duck council has approved a fairly monumental change in zoning just over a month before the next election.
The new educational and cultural facility at 6161 Cambie Street will include commercial space.
Anne McMullin says it can take five to seven years for a multifamily project to be approved in B.C.'s most populous municipality, whereas the city of Langley generally gives a green light within seven months.
B.C. Stats reported that the provincial population increased by 65,000 in 2017.