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Is Port Moody ready for tall wood buildings?

Is Port Moody ready for tall wood buildings?

A proposed redevelopment of the 23-acre Woodland Park townhouse complex in Port Moody could become a showcase for mass timber construction.

A first step for highrise to replace Coquitlam building burned in fire

Amacon Developments is proposing a 44-storey tower for a site at North Road and Foster Avenue in Coquitlam; council granted the project first reading
Robust home sales outpace low inventory in Metro Vancouver last month: board

Robust home sales outpace low inventory in Metro Vancouver last month: board

Home sellers once again getting the upper hand as demand exceeds supply, especially among condos and townhomes
Superior new condo project to break ground in Maple Ridge

Superior new condo project to break ground in Maple Ridge

Every once in a while, a new condominium project comes along that ticks all the right boxes: superior construction, a natural setting, thoughtful amenities, a choice of modern designs and, surprisingly, affordability. Tick. Tick. Tick.
Condo owners face huge bills from massive strata insurance rate hikes

Condo owners face huge bills from massive strata insurance rate hikes

Strata property owners – and those who rent from them – are looking at unprecedented costs, while some strata buildings risk losing their insurance entirely

Port Moody isn't doing its part to provide housing, says UDI CEO

Port Moody is lagging far behind its Metro Vancouver neighbours when it comes to keeping up with housing demand, according to a development industry representative.
Is third time a charm for this Port Moody development?

Is third time a charm for this Port Moody development?

Port Moody councillors are describing a proposed condo project cut into the hillside at 3000 Henry St. as “unique,” “beautiful” and “very Port Moody.” Its builder calls that praise “a relief.
Another Bold proposal for Port Moody development

Another Bold proposal for Port Moody development

Port Moody council is open to taking a further look at a proposal by Bold Properties for a condo project it wants to build next to the former Barnet Hotel site that it had rejected at first reading last Dec. 3.
Metro Vancouver’s residential real estate prices continue to creep up

Metro Vancouver’s residential real estate prices continue to creep up

Home sales in January 2020 were 42.4 per cent higher than one year previously, reports board, while inventory remains low
Moody Centre land owners 'hopeful' they can work with Port Moody council

Moody Centre land owners 'hopeful' they can work with Port Moody council

A consortium of property owners, builders and developers is hopeful Port Moody council can come together the same way they did so a massive redevelopment of the city’s commercial core can move closer to realization.