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371 West 2nd Avenue is a new False Creek real estate development by Aurom Development currently in preconstruction at 371 West 2nd Avenue, Vancouver. The development has a total of 132 units, which are located within walking distance of the vibrant Cambie Corridor, the False Creek seawall, Mount Pleasant proper and, if you're feeling ambitious […] Read More

The real estate around False Creek wasn't always so glamorous. In fact, Yaletown used to be kind of a rough neighbourhood. Dark streets, abandoned warehouses... Not much night life to speak of. Take a look at this photo from 1975: Do you remember Vancouver when it was this undeveloped? It's an understatement to say "so […] Read More

Spring has sprung and if you're looking for ways to refresh your False Creek real estate, either for yourself or to prep for putting it on the market, there are many easy things you can do. Here from Mashable are 10 very unique and inexpensive ideas that will perk up your pad quickly: 1. Update […] Read More

TOWER GREEN at West | in False Creek - The Village is a new condo development by Executive Group Development currently under construction at West 2nd Avenue, Vancouver. The development is scheduled for completion in 2017. Sales for available units range in price from $396,900 to over $566,900. The development has a total of 177 […] Read More

Choklit Park Terraces is a new townhouse development by CM Bay Properties currently in preconstruction at 1107 West 7th Avenue in Vancouver. Choklit Park Terraces is scheduled for completion in 2016. The development has 6 stories with a total of 6 units ranging in size from 1300 Sq Ft To 1600 Sq Ft. From Choklit […] Read More

Sixth and Steel is a new False Creek real estate development by Kenstone Properties at West 6th Avenue & Willow Street in Vancouver. Sales range in price from CAD$949,900 to over CAD$1,329,900 and the development has a total of 25 units from 1420 Sq Ft To 1691 Sq Ft. From Sixth and Steel: Sculptural design […] Read More

After four years of debate and studying the possible effects, the decision was put to a vote and the outcome is 5-4 in favour of the removing the Georgia and Dunsmuir Street viaducts. "This is a once-in-a-generation city-building opportunity," said Mayor Gregor Robertson in a written statement. "There is no decision at the city that […] Read More