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Proposal for huge new Vancouver hotel takes next step (IMAGES)

Proposal for huge new Vancouver hotel takes next step (IMAGES)

City to consider dual-tower, 438-room hotel that would offer long-term-stay suites for hospital visitors
'Housing shouldn't be that difficult,' says artist who offers 'tiny house' solution

'Housing shouldn't be that difficult,' says artist who offers 'tiny house' solution

Richmond Art Gallery exhibits "Home Made Home" July 17-Aug. 26
55-storey Surrey education centre to become region’s second-tallest building

55-storey Surrey education centre to become region’s second-tallest building

The 626-foot GEC Education Mega Center will be second in height only to downtown Vancouver's Shangri-La hotel
Jaw-dropping woodland home keeps dropping its price (PHOTOS)

Jaw-dropping woodland home keeps dropping its price (PHOTOS)

One-of-a-kind residence with glass bridge discounted by nearly $3 million since initial listing
Port Moody's Flavelle Mill masterplan a ‘once-in-a-lifetime opportunity’

Port Moody's Flavelle Mill masterplan a ‘once-in-a-lifetime opportunity’

PoMo waterfront set to transform after council adopted OCP amendment to allow redevelopment of the Flavelle mill site
Province to shine light on ‘hidden owners’ of B.C. real estate

Province to shine light on ‘hidden owners’ of B.C. real estate

Publicly accessible ownership registry aims to reveal individuals behind shell companies and trusts
B.C. ski resorts get free pass from speculation tax

B.C. ski resorts get free pass from speculation tax

Ski communities’ tax exemption and improving economies point to stable – if not scorching – real estate sales
Beedie pushes for extra height on Coquitlam towers

Beedie pushes for extra height on Coquitlam towers

Councillors upset over proposal to exceed 25-storey cap adopted in Austin Heights neighbourhood plan
Check out this $12.95M resort-style lakeside retreat (PHOTOS)

Check out this $12.95M resort-style lakeside retreat (PHOTOS)

Huge six-bedroom home has 170 feet of private shoreline on Kalamalka Lake in north Okanagan
Opinion: Transport tech disruption could transform housing

Opinion: Transport tech disruption could transform housing

Ultimately, the need for fewer cars on roads – or parked – will create vast swathes of space for living