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MISSISSAUGA, ON, /CNW/ - Morguard is projecting another year of stable real estate investment performance in 2017 as investors look to the Canadian market for relatively stable yields.
Morguard is projecting another year of stable real estate investment performance in 2017 as investors look to the Canadian market for relatively stable yields.
City council will be asked a approve a rezoning application to make way for a 93-unit apartment on Harvey Avenue. The six-storey building is proposed for a parcel of land west of Ethel Street next to The Dorchester Retirement Home.
Kamloops city council received an earful from an angry resident this week, demanding to know what the city plans to do with an empty shell of a condo tower that stands prominently overlooking the north shore.
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Vancouver developer, PC Urban, is planning to provide business spaces for multiple companies in Kelowna. They have officially bought an 8-acre industrial site on the intersection of Enterprise Way and Dilworth Drive, one block off of Highway 97.
A popular North Okanagan roadside attraction is under new ownership. The Log Barn 1912 in Spallumcheen has been acquired by a Vancouver-based company led by a small group of Canadian entrepreneurs who are “looking to enhance The Log Barn 1912 experience to its customers.
KELOWNA - After rejecting the previous proposal, council unanimously approved a six storey Marriott hotel, at Monday afternoon’s council meeting. The hotel will be on the corner of Highway 33 and Highway 97.
The project, which also would have street-level commercial premises, is planned for the northwest corner of Ellis Street and Water Street, immediately east of the arena.
City council will be asked Monday to approve the six-storey buildings at the corner of Highway 97 and Highway 33. A similar project was turned down by council last June.