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New Listing: 319 – 360 East 2nd St, North Vancouver

Looking for a quiet oasis? Emerald Manor is a solid building located on a quiet street away from the buzz of Lower Lonsdale but only a quick walk from the Seabus and other amenities. Unit 319 is a top floor West facing home with a very private outlook into mature trees and Hamersley Park. [read more]

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New Listing: 21 – 533 East 3rd Street, North Vancouver

Founders Block North is a boutique collection of family-focused 2 bedroom condominiums and 3 & 4 bedroom townhomes, some including live-work or legal suites that are perfect as a mortgage helper or home business in North Vancouver's Moodyville neighborhood. [read more]

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City of North Van approves condos in Central Lonsdale // Crest by Adera Projects

Crest by Adera Projects will be a massive hit. This development will be one of the most sought after PRE SALE communities to come to the City of North Vancouver in 2018. The location is exceptional and I know a number of Realtors who are considering a property there for themselves. More info will be available soon. Sales start this Spring. [read more]

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NORTH VANCOUVER CITY COUNCIL TRIPLES HOMES PER LOT

North Vancouver's city council has unanimously decided to allow a home, secondary suite and a coach house on every single-family lot in the city. The new bylaw allows the homeowner to reside in whichever dwelling they choose, whereas the previous policy specified the owner occupy the main house. [read more]

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Just Sold: Brand New 1 Bed + den at Wallace & McDowell Lower Lonsdale

Welcome to Wallace & McDowell, a boutique concrete building in Lower Lonsdale. W&M draws on local history with its heritage inspired architecture and design. Looking for maximum privacy? Ask about the concrete Fin Wall construction, unique to W&M. [read more]

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Just Sold: Luxury View Home on the Lower Lonsdale Waterfront

Experience true waterftont living, where spectacular views of Burrard Inlet, Stanley Park, Lins Gate Bridge and the glimmering Vancouver skyline greet you morning and evening. Live in genuine luxury, complete with unrivalled workmanship and European finishes. Step out to a wealth of fine restaurants, shops and markets, all just a stroll away. Come home to Cascade. [read more]

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Public hearing set for Green on Queensbury

The first major development proposal of the new Moodyville, which came before City of North Vancouver council on Monday, spreads 157 apartment and townhouse units over three four-storey buildings on East Third Street. But while the project would expand Moodyville Park and diminish the city’s heritage registry, the major stumbling block for Coun. Linda Buchanan was the project’s esthetics. [read more]

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City of North Vancouver considers three dwellings per lot

A coach house and a secondary suite may be coming to a one-unit residential lot near you. City of North Vancouver council voted unanimously Monday to send a zoning amendment – which would allow homeowners to add a secondary suite and a coach house – to a public hearing. Presently, homeowners can have one or the other but not both. [read more]

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North Vancouver Market Update: March 2016

North Vancouver residential real estate market conditions continue favour Sellers across all products types (detached homes, townhomes and condos), with well below seasonal averages for total active listings and record setting sales volume pace carried over from the past few months. [read more]

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Land assembly largest in City of North Vancouver since the early 1980s

According to the city’s community development department, the assembly of lands in the area represents the largest assembly in the city since the early 1980s and creates special opportunities for the city and the applicant. [read more]

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Single ladies drive Canada’s condo market

The one-person household is the fastest-growing category in Canada’s housing market as the population ages and more people opt to live alone. One-person “households are expected to show the fastest pace of growth to 2036, making it the single biggest type of household by the 2020s,” according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. statistics for 2013. [read more]

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Vancouver’s real estate forecast to stay hot into 2015

Foreign money and a robust provincial economy will preclude any cooling of Vancouver’s red-hot property market next year, according to a major real estate study being released Wednesday. Office space … [read more]

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Why North Shore residents are the region’s happiest

Safety, easy access to the great outdoors and the city make it great place to live, but high housing costs a worry METRO VANCOUVER – From where he lives in … [read more]

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