Coach houses could pop up in West Vancouver as early as this fall, following a sparsely attended public hearing Monday. Speaking on behalf of the Ambleside Dundarave Ratepayers Association, Heather Mersey voiced concerns about how the detached dwellings will be formally introduced. “The choice has been made not to define neighbourhoods or neighbourhood character, but rather to go with a district-wide rezonin
Jeremy Shepherd / North Shore News June 13, 2014 12:00 AM Council’s decision to approve the 377 condominium units and 22 townhouses that comprise Bosa’s project was met with a round of applause. The old Zellers will be traded for two new 12-storey, 150-foot towers. The two towers will flank four smaller buildings between five and eight storeys perched on a onestorey commercial podium. That podium ̵
Employment & Real Estate I have often said that real estate growth is linked to employment growth. This is certainly the case for Alberta. A recent quote I read says it all: “Only 15 condos in Calgary remain built and unsold.” Calgary’s real estate market is sizzling hot with the benchmark price of a home up 11% over the past year. It’s not the weather that is attractive but rather the jobs.
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JANE SEYD / NORTH SHORE NEWS June 4, 2014 12:00 AM The aftermath of a landslide on Chelsea Close in West Vancouver. The district is alleging it was caused by illegal landscaping work.Photo file, North Shore News Neighbours of a West Vancouver couple alleged to have caused a landslide with illegal lands