Real Estate

Sneak Peek: Vancouver’s First Luxury Car Condo

Sneak Peek: Vancouver’s First Luxury Car Condo

Trove, a luxury car storage condominium facility, seriously updates the traditional garage.

Condo of the Week: A $1.2 Million Yaletown Townhouse

Condo of the Week: A $1.2 Million Yaletown Townhouse

Check your Lotto Max ticket: this luxurious Richards Street abode could soon be yours!

Why Are There So Many Empty Stores on Our Biggest Shopping Streets?

Why Are There So Many Empty Stores on Our Biggest Shopping Streets?

Our City Informer elaborates on the current retail real estate crisis.

Cool Workspace: Quietly’s Converted Two-Storey Apartment

Cool Workspace: Quietly’s Converted Two-Storey Apartment

This Gastown office gives the phrase "work from home" another meaning.

Cool Workspace: Rennie Group’s Remodelled Chinatown Office

Cool Workspace: Rennie Group’s Remodelled Chinatown Office

See how a heritage space became home to a bustling real estate marketing and brokerage firm.

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Condo of the Week: An Outdoorsy Mount Pleasant Pad

Condo of the Week: An Outdoorsy Mount Pleasant Pad

Live that sweet patio-loving life all year round!

Condo of the Week: A Breezy, Split-Level Beachside Pad

Condo of the Week: A Breezy, Split-Level Beachside Pad

Kits is calling! And she’ll use a spiral staircase and stunning views to tempt you.

Tiny House Owners Face a Big Fight for Legitimacy

Tiny House Owners Face a Big Fight for Legitimacy

A recent spate of evictions across the Lower Mainland has left many members of the tiny house movement looking for a place to call home.

This Robotic Furniture Opens Up the Possibilities of Small-Space Living

This Robotic Furniture Opens Up the Possibilities of Small-Space Living

One day you'll be able to hack your square footage with this transforming (and kind of magical) piece of furniture.

Is Vancouver Ready for the High Line Effect?

Is Vancouver Ready for the High Line Effect?

The $200-million park planned for Northeast False Creek could become a glittering urban gem—and another dividing line between rich and poor.

5 Things You Need To Know About The Empty Homes Tax

5 Things You Need To Know About The Empty Homes Tax

Your FAQ on everything from interesting exemptions to potential penalties.