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Vote on downtown land deal postponed

Vote on downtown land deal postponed

Council will wait until next week to vote on Polygon project connected to seniors housing deal
‘The Stack’ will be Vancouver’s tallest office building when it's completed (IMAGES)

‘The Stack’ will be Vancouver’s tallest office building when it's completed (IMAGES)

Construction on 36-storey office tower expected to begin in early 2019
This ultra-cool Modernist home is listed for $12.9M (PHOTOS)

This ultra-cool Modernist home is listed for $12.9M (PHOTOS)

Fifteen years ago, the same lot on one of Vancouver’s fanciest streets sold for a mere $815K
Whistler Blackcomb announces plans for 200-bed staff housing complex

Whistler Blackcomb announces plans for 200-bed staff housing complex

The Glacier Lane facility will be targeted at seasonal staff, WB says
New rent hike cap proposal is NDP damage control

New rent hike cap proposal is NDP damage control

After the shock of the recently announced 4.5 per cent allowable annual rent increase, housing task force is trying to undo damage with inflation-only proposal
Opinion: New rent hike cap proposal is NDP damage control

Opinion: New rent hike cap proposal is NDP damage control

After the shock of the recently announced 4.5 per cent allowable annual rent increase, housing task force is trying to undo damage with inflation-only proposal
Task force calls for B.C. government to cut annual rent increase by two per cent

Task force calls for B.C. government to cut annual rent increase by two per cent

Recommendation would still give landlords ability to ask for a boost in rents
New home presentation centre moves location – literally

New home presentation centre moves location – literally

Rather than demolish sales centre to make way for new tower, developer moves entire building to a different spot
Populist housing ‘platitudes’ from mayoral candidates are ‘dangerous,’ warn outgoing officials

Populist housing ‘platitudes’ from mayoral candidates are ‘dangerous,’ warn outgoing officials

Candidates in many municipalities claim they can solve housing crisis but plans may have “no credibility”
Vancouver rental prices flatlining, despite fears over allowable increases

Vancouver rental prices flatlining, despite fears over allowable increases

Median one-bed rents about the same as last year, as landlords come under fire over permitted price hikes