Construction is well underway at 5000 E. Fourth Plain Boulevard, across from the recently closed — yet still beloved — Golden Skate. By mid-summer, people will be taking leaps and bounds at the region's first Sky Zone Trampoline Park.
The home of late philanthropists Ed and Dollie Lynch is not located where one would expect to find a $3,695,000 home. Houses close to the lavish art deco-inspired estate at the corner of Northwest Franklin and 48th streets in west Vancouver are on the market for around $300,000.
A U.S. Marine Corps veteran who faced foreclosure on his Vancouver home while serving in Iraq has filed a lawsuit against the home’s lender, saying that the company violated a federal law that provides mortgage relief for active-duty military members.
A hotel operated by the huge Marriott chain will be coming to the Port of Vancouver’s Terminal 1 as a cornerstone of the port’s redevelopment of the prime waterfront property, the port disclosed Tuesday.
It’s no surprise that today’s homes in many ways are better than ever. Smart engineering and new technologies have improved most of the products we own, from automobiles to televisions to household tools and appliances. Homes are now more thoughtfully designed, make effective use of technology, and consume far less energy than homes built decades ago.