Mario Bartel

Port Moody condos to get public hearing

A 117-unit, six-storey condo development proposed for just east of the Shopper’s Drug Mart store on St. Johns Street in Port Moody will go to a public hearing July 23 — despite reservations expressed...

Condos proposed for Port Moody’s western entrance

It’s not quite the highrise future that was once envisioned for Port Moody’s western entrance, where the Barnet Highway, St. Johns Street and Clarke Road intersect, but a new condo development...

Port Moody council will look at monster homes issue

New homes are dwarfing neighbouring ones, obstructing views and creating ill will among neighbours

No rental zoning for Port Moody

A bylaw that would see four properties restricted as rental only has not gone ahead

Port Moody development’s rent-to-own program helps condo buyers on pathway to ownership

A unique rent-to-own plan for a new condo development in Port Moody will allow 30 local buyers to rent their unit for two years, with the money going towards their downpayment

First towers proposed for Port Moody’s St. Johns Street

Port Moody residents will get their first look on Jan. 31 at a mixed-use development proposed for the 3200-block of St. Johns Street. The Berezan Group, a Langley-based developer, is holding a...

Condos proposed for former Port Moody TV factory

The Panatch Group is presenting the latest proposal for the redevelopment of the former Chisholm Television factory site at 50 Electronic Ave. in Port Moody. The mixed-use development would consist...

First new Port Moody rental building in more than 30 years closer to reality

The first new rental building in Port Moody in more than 30 years is a step closer to getting built. The project, to be constructed by developer Woodbridge Properties on St. Johns Street just west of...