Recent Articles in ‘New Homes’


My Laneway House

The ins and outs of building your own house-behind-a-house


Finding the Perfect Fit

Polygon’s show homes display custom built-ins and the originality that lift these townhouses to a higher level


Home is where the art is

Tate on Howe tower will incorporate on-site studios and artists’ exhibits


Location key to Binning Tower’s popularity

Wesbrook Village locale is rich with amenities, pedestrian focused and close to top schools


The tower with a twist

Trump Vancouver hotel and residences, with its remarkable Arthur Erickson design, adds a whole new level of luxury to the city.


Community builder with a mission

Aspac Developments brings its expertise and focus on excellence to create its next legacies.



Three Harbour Green’s pricey penthouse offers up views, views and more views.


Shine aims to brighten affordability factor

Mid-rise development is a mix of commercial and residential units with attractive financing


It’s all about the spectacular views

Coquitlam development features 45 single-family homes that offer panoramic vistas


Concord Pacific launches latest Surrey project

Park Avenue will ultimately have two towers linked by townhomes and comprise 850 units


Vast views provide lofty lifestyle

Development has innovative floor-to-ceiling glass doors


An incentive to downsize

Light airy designs, spectacular views among the attractions of White Rock development


A ringside seat to the wild West Coast surf

Vancouver Island cottages will sit within metres of the ocean


Best of both worlds in Langley’s Winchester Estates

At intersection of urban and rural By Mary Frances Hill It’s only natural that now and then, an urbanite feels the pull of country life — an escape to quiet green surroundings to calm the senses. The reverse is just as true; rural residents may now and then long to be a little closer to


Langley conveniences all within walking distance

Change afoot in pedestrian-oriented centre By Claudia Kwan The stereotypical concept of living in the suburbs likely includes big box stores stretching for kilometres without end, having to hop in the car to get anywhere, or — horrors! — being deprived of ready access to sushi. That, promises Diane Zarola, is not at all what