Beedie Insights

Burnaby-born developer adds $1M to scholarship program for 2020

Beedie Luminaries offers post-secondary scholarships for students from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds.

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Beedie Launches Cheeky “Balance Your Budget” Billboard and Advertising Campaign for Industrial Warehouse Opportunities in…

Beedie launches new industrial ownership program with a splash.

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Beedie Living goes big in Coquitlam

Big changes are coming to the Austin Heights neighbourhood of Coquitlam.

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Innovative industrial space for businesses to thrive in prime Campbell Heights location

Beedie’s Thirty8 Avenue Business Centre offers purchasers flexible unit sizes ranging from 8,407 SF to 10,536 SF, or up to 147,544 SF.

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Beedie building brighter future in Calgary area

Vancouver-based developer continues to invest in Calgary area market.

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Up, up, and away: Time lapse video of Station Square’s tower construction

Watch as towers 2 and 3 rise from podium level to completion.

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New MEC Vancouver flagship store a showcase of wood construction

Environmentally-friendly cross-laminated timber replaces traditional steel and concrete elements from the ground up.

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Massive Delta industrial development slowly grinding through approvals

Former Pineland Peat site is a 163-acre property to be split into several heavy industrial lots.

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Fraser Valley opportunities attract Metro Vancouver industrial

Six new projects planned for West Abbotsford will boost the amount of strata industrial space in the local market by nearly 80%.

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Together We Can announces winners of inaugural Canadian Champion Awards

New honour by the country’s largest addiction treatment group recognizes exceptional contributions to the community.

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Real estate isn’t ‘dead’ in Burnaby as Heights project nearly sells out in 2 weeks

Storia becomes Metro Vancouver’s fastest-selling community in recent months.

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GTA industrial space crunch drives spec development: Colliers

E-commerce and logistics facilities are driving historically low vacancy in the GTA’s booming industrial real estate market.

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