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Canada’s self-proclaimed fastest-growing unicorn facing legal trouble in B.C., the U.S.
Vancouver-based Nexii Building Solutions is the subject of two court cases that allege a breach of contract
Resurrecting office retail spaces in downtown Vancouver
High office vacancies, hybrid work environments and street safety concerns have not stopped post-pandemic demand for retail space in downtown Vancouver office buildings
Room to grow as BC Hydro reviews net metering program
BC Hydro rules limited the scale of B.C.'s largest rooftop solar array, developer says
Prince George seeing construction ‘lull'
The number of building permits issued by the City of Prince George is down, compared to 2021 and 2022
Surrey condo tower developer defends substantial delay
Edmonton-based Everest Developments claims four-year pause in construction was due to outside forces and it is now on track to completion - but some pre-sale buyers are skeptical
Vancouver home sales rise in May, nearing 10-year average: real estate board
Board says Vancouver's housing market is showing signs of heating up heading into the summer
Gregory Martel, B.C. company no longer allowed to act as mortgage brokers
The B.C. Financial Services Authority said investigators obtained evidence indicating Martel and Shop Your Own Mortgage had conducted business 'in a manner prejudicial to the public interest'
How can Whistler preserve and optimize its existing housing supply?
From helping seniors age in place to incentivizing rentals in WHA ownership units, the RMOW is exploring ways to make better use of the resort’s employee accommodation
Veteran Vancouver developer admits he’ll not make much on ‘signature’ project
Mass-timber strata complex wraps up 30 years of Aragon residential development on the New Westminster waterfront
Metro Vancouver condo development hits the brakes due to 'rising interest rates'
Thind Properties has halted its Minoru Square project and is returning the 20 per cent deposit to the pre-sale buyers