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Burnaby business makes ground-breaking announcement
Burnaby-based electronics manufacturer Dorigo Systems has broken ground a new facility on Glenlyon Parkway.
Foreign investors flocking to Vancouver’s industrial segment
Amid intensified construction activity, Vancouver’s industrial real estate market is steadily magnetizing foreign investors.
Foreign buyers find purchase in region’s industrial strength
Demand for industrial space in Metro Vancouver continues to outstrip supply.
Beedie – 65 Years of Building for Good
One of Western Canada’s largest industrial and residential developers, marks a massive milestone in 2019.
What’s the Forecast (WTF)? Vancouver Real Estate in 2019
Predictions and Trends from Industry Experts
Campaign for new North Shore medical centre hits $100M goal
State-of-the-art facility will also service patients from the Sea to Sky
$100 million fundraised in just 23 months for Lions Gate Hospital expansion
Lions Gate Hospital Foundation is celebrating a herculean fundraising feat of raising $100 million for a new hospital facility expansion.
100 Million Thanks!
To our community which came together to bring life-changing care to the North Shore, thank you.
Burst housing bubble in 2019? Don’t bet on it, B.C. developers predict
Developers give 2019 industry forecast at the Urban Development Institute luncheon in Vancouver.
Beedie receives industry recognition for two projects at UDI Awards for Excellence
Recent awards reflect Beedie’s objective to be an industry leader in both residential multi-family and industrial development.
UDI Awards recognize top B.C. developments
The bi-annual awards celebrate the outstanding contributions made by industry leaders.
Office space crunch could drive away international tenants
Large firms are finding it challenging to find appropriate Vancouver office space as vacancy rates decline and lease rates soar.