Vancouver Real Estate

Vancouver’s newest and last remaining waterfront neighbourhood. the 2010 Olympic Village sits east of the Cambie Street Bridge and south of Science World. It’s buildings are LEED built and are all concrete and mid-rises. Some condos were pre-sold prior to the Olympics and some were sold at the beginning of 2011 and there are still some remaining. It is close the the 2nd avenue canada line and has many shops and grocery stores and restaurants at its fingertips.

SOLD! 304-1633 Ontario in Vancouver’s Olympic Village on the False Creek Waterfront

by Maggie Chandler May 31, 2014 Olympic Village

Listed  at $448,000 on May 5th, then reduced to $439,000 ten days later, then reduced again to $409,000 a week later and bingo a buyer writes an accepted offer and takes over the tenant.

This smart 580sf one bedroom and flex space in Kayak faces east and will overlook the future park. It also has 9ft …

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Admire the Decor of 304-1633 Ontario in Vancouver’s Olympic Village Neighbourhood of False Creek

by Maggie Chandler April 16, 2014 Olympic Village

Admire the decor of 304-1633 Ontario in Vancouver’s Olympic Village Neighbourhood of False Creek.  Facing east , looking over the future park, with a large patio. This luxury concrete condo building features high ceilings, top appliances and quality finishings throughout. Perfect for first time buyers or investors (currently rented for $1500 per month).

Kayak boasts a …

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Kitsilano Condo Prices Drop 18% in 2012 But Townhomes Roared Up 12%

by Maggie Chandler January 9, 2013 Olympic Village

Vancouver’s most desirable waterfront neighbourhood of Kitsilano saw December condo prices drop 18% from a year ago as townhomes roar up 12% and houses ended up 2.7% less. The extension of the Skytrain to UBC will increase the value of real estate close to West Broadway corridor. Real estate Sales remain down for Kitsilano houses and …

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Vancouver’s Olympic Village Now 60% Sold – Vancouver Homes for Sale

by Maggie Chandler October 19, 2011 Olympic Village

Real estate marketer Bob Rennie says the tide has turned

Vancouver’s once-troubled Olympic Village development has 75 per cent of units occupied.

But that number includes the project’s 119 rental homes, Rennie said; of the 737 condominiums for sale, 436, or about 60 per cent, have been purchased so far.

Rennie rejoiced Tuesday that sales of the Village’s …

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Vancouver Real Estate Update for False Creek – August 2011

by Maggie Chandler October 3, 2011 Olympic Village

How’s the real estate market in False Creek and the Olympic Village neighbourhood? Are prices up or down? What’s the average price? What’s the average days on the market? Is this area good value for waterfront property?

Generally developers do not list all their pre-sales on MLS and only some of the Olympic Village condos are …

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Opsal Reduces Prices – New Vancouver Condo

by Maggie Chandler September 16, 2011 Olympic Village

Buyers Love Price Reductions!

60 Homes under $379,000! Situated behind the Olympic Village , this super convenient location will make a great home of vancouver real estate investment

1 bedrooms WERE $ 347,900 – NOW starting from $315,900
2 bedroom view residences – NOW starting from $479,900

Presentation Centre located at 29 East 2nd Avenue. Open daily 12-5pm, closed Fridays

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Vancouver Real Estate Update for False Creek – June 2011

by Maggie Chandler August 3, 2011 Olympic Village

How’s the real estate market in the Olympic Village neighbourhood? Are prices up or down? What’s the average price? What’s the average days on the market? Is this area good value for waterfront property?

REBGV now calls False Creek the area east of Burrard Street, west of Ontario Street and north of 6th Avenue. Vancouver’s Olympic …

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Vancouver Real Estate Market Update for Olympic Village Neighbourhood

by Maggie Chandler May 3, 2011 Olympic Village

Dreaming about buying your Vancouver condo in the Olympic Village and living on the waterfront?

Well, the selection of condos is slightly  better than it was a year ago.  There are resales, many bought by investors and not occupied, there are condo buildings in the neighbourhood that aren’t part of the Olympic Village and there are …

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Vancouver Real Estate Condos

by Maggie Chandler April 4, 2011 Olympic Village

Looking for a Vancouver condo pre-sale?

Bastion Developments is keeping busy in the Olympic Village Neighbourhood. I just did a post on Opsal, the heritage site. Well, they are also offering a pre-sale one block away, on Ontario and 2nd Ave.

The Proximity high-rise tower will stand as a visible reminder of the Vancouver’s industrial history. The sleek …

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Vancouver Real Estate Condos

by Maggie Chandler April 4, 2011 Olympic Village

Looking for a Vancouver condo pre-sale?

I often drive by the Olympic Village and today I noticed a new condo pre-sale at Quebec and 2nd, by Bastion. The Opsal Steel Heritage Site is about to undergo a big change and will look quite different from what was built there in 1918. It was originally the Columbia …

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