Housing

‘Property Values’ offers an absurd, thoughtful, take on local housing

‘Property Values’ offers an absurd, thoughtful, take on local housing

New book from local author and comedian Charles Demers balances wit and poignancy

Airbnb and City of Vancouver Reach a Compromise for Short-Term Renters

Airbnb and City of Vancouver Reach a Compromise for Short-Term Renters

A new business license will be required by short-term hosts to protect rental stock.

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.

Condo of the Week: A Gorgeous, Magazine-Worthy Yaletown Loft

Condo of the Week: A Gorgeous, Magazine-Worthy Yaletown Loft

Bonus: the grand staircase will have you making a grand entrance every day of the week.

Condo of the Week: You Can Finally Live Above your Favourite Bar
Vancouver’s Affordability Crisis Gets the Documentary Treatment

Vancouver’s Affordability Crisis Gets the Documentary Treatment

Filmmaker Charles Wilkinson turns the camera on his own town and examines the problem from all angles.

Get the Newsletter

Own your city with Vancouver’s thrice-weekly scoop on the latest restaurant news, must-shop hotspots and can’t miss events. Rest assured your email is safe with us.

The Pro-Density Movement Giving NIMBYs a Run for Their Money

The Pro-Density Movement Giving NIMBYs a Run for Their Money

Skyrocketing rents and stagnant housing in Vancouver and San Francisco have young people showing up to city council to say a firm 'Yes' to density in their metaphorical back yards.

Your 5 Favourite Q&As of the Year

Your 5 Favourite Q&As of the Year

Private schools, low wages, racism and real estate—here's a look at your favourite Q&As from 2016.

The Death of the Single-Family House in Vancouver

The Death of the Single-Family House in Vancouver

Author and UBC professor Nathanael Lauster discusses Vancouver's changing urban landscape—from a city of cottages to a city of condos and duplexes—and why other cities should be following our lead.

Is it time for Vancouver to allow more micro-lofts?

Is it time for Vancouver to allow more micro-lofts?

We spoke with Jon Stovell, one of the city's leading figures on urban development and real estate

Racism, real estate, and the lessons of history

Racism, real estate, and the lessons of history

As Prime Minister Trudeau apologizes for a horrendous act of racism in the past, are we creating the conditions for more of them in the future?