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Meet us at The Corners, VIP Previews Now Underway

The Corners is a master-planned community that features 71 carefully planned one to three bedroom condominiums that make the most of their space, many of which offer spectacular mountain views and expansive patios. The Corners also offers another 96 spacious townhomes ranging from two to four bedrooms, with options such as side-by-side parking, rooftop patios, distinct views and more.

The Fifth Dimension: Metro Vancouver’s Spring Market Update

It is debatable if the unprecedented circumstances of 2020 could have been foreseen. Regardless as swan of some sort is right before us. That being said, we have spoken numerous of times over the years about the under lying strength of the Metro Vancouver new multifamily market and that it would take such a “Swan”, predictable or unpredictable external crisis /global crisis to de-rail it.

40th Edition of The Fifth Dimension: Metro Vancouver’s New Home Market Report

Fifth Avenue is a residential real estate sales and project marketing organization, joyfully celebrating 40 years of experience throughout 2020. Recently, Fifth Avenue released the 40th instalment of its market report entitled The Fifth Dimension. For over a decade we have been chronicling the events and occurrences of the new multifamily market home market in Metro Vancouver. This is the concluding edition for the 2019 year and the tone setter for the first year in the 20’s decade.

Where You’ll Love to Live

People love the location in an established, completed neighbourhood that’s right across the street from all the shops, restaurants, yoga, and other services Willoughby Town Centre has to offer,” says Toni Bucceri, sales manager. “Once Alexander Square is built, there won’t be any further construction here. So you won’t be living through years of construction noise and dust like in many other areas of Langley.

Fall Market Update – 2019

A slowing market: It is times like these that one tends to seek as many informed perspectives as possible. As they say, “The deeper you look the more you see.” And there is clearly more to see than declining sales in the Metro Vancouver market.