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Financing Heritage Renovations

Restoring heritage buildings is all well and good -- until the bill comes in. A City...

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Personal Space: Frank and Liz Malinka

Get inside the art-loving, modern home of local financial bankers Frank and Liz Malinka

By published Nov 25, 2013

Exile On Main Street: Will Lin On Rize

The revamp of Broadway/Kingsway/Main is a fight over the meaning of density, something Will Lin wants to raise dramatically

By published Oct 1, 2013

Emily Carr University's Big Move

With a new campus set in a new media district, Emily Carr University begins the arduous task of reinventing art school

By published Sep 3, 2013

The Tsleil-Waututh's Secrets to Success

North Vancouver’s Tsleil-Waututh First Nation has parlayed 275 acres of reservation into an economic engine running on overdrive

By published Jun 21, 2013

Coal Harbour

Occupying a gorgeous stretch of waterfront between downtown and Stanley Park, Coal Harbour is known for its glittering glass towers, hotels, and MIA residents (for many, this is their second or third home)

By published Jul 22, 2011

South Main

House prices have declined across the city, but this neighbourhood—still trendy, still gentrifying—seems immune. And no wonder: it offers a rare mix of independent cafés, eclectic antique stores, and boutiques showcasing local designers and European labels

By published Jul 18, 2011

Granville Island

The city’s most-loved public space and top tourist draw packs old tin-sided buildings, a top arts university, studios, and a public market onto a manmade island overlooking downtown

By published Jul 15, 2011