We offer many different residential locations: Lower Lonsdale in North Vancouver, Fairview Slopes in Vancouver, the West End in Vancouver, Mt. Pleasant in Vancouver, Burnaby Heights and Victoria, Vancouver Island. All of our properties are close to local transportation routes and all are located in a desirable neighbourhood. We employ full-time property maintenance staff to ensure our buildings are kept in top condition.
1906 Grant Street is located in the Grandview-Woodlands neighbourhood. Situated steps away from Victoria Park, Commercial Drive and First Avenue. It is a mature neighbourhood in Vancouver that is a vibrant mixture of commercial, industrial, single-family and multi-family residential with a rich ethnic history and features. The property is being fully rebuilt, updated and transformed to provide 8 BRAND NEW 1 bedroom rental units.
New York Apartments is located at 2341 York Street in Vancouver's Kitsilano neighbourhood, steps to the beach and Kits Pool. From here you are a short walk to great shopping, restaurants/pubs, grocery stores and major bus lines. You can get anywhere in Greater Vancouver in just minutes! You can't beat our neighbourhood or our location.
Gertie's House is a classic West End building that originally dates back to the early 1900’s. Gerties has been fully rebuilt, updated and transformed, to provide unfurnished rental units, but keeps it heritage charm by celebrating components and architectural details from the original build.
Watson Manor is located at the corner of East 8th Avenue and Carolina Street in Vancouver’s dynamic and neighbourhood of Mount Pleasant. The apartment building is situated on a quiet street close to transportation, shopping, Mt. Pleasant Elementary School and Vancouver Community College. The entire building has been fully renewed with extensive renovations to all units.
Ted’s Place – opened in 2018, is located just off Cardero Street on Henshaw Lane in Vancouver’s West End. This four-unit-laneway building is one of the first in-fill rental properties in the West End. The three story building is directly behind a historic home at 1546 Nelson Street (Urquhart House). Each unit has their own individual address, with a modern design and are each self-sufficient.
Adjacent to the heritage homes sits Kie’s Place, consisting of more conventional modern suites with elevator access and a roof top deck boasting a magnificent views. These rental options are in the heart of West End living
The Monterey Apartment complex is located in Fairview Slopes, one of Vancouver’s most dynamic and sought after neighbourhoods. This building features panoramic views and some suites enjoy open air garden patios. The lush landscaping creates desirable curb appeal yet the peaceful location at West 8th Avenue and Ash Street is mere blocks from the city life at Cambie and West Broadway.
Grace Court is one of Vancouver’s treasured heritage status residential buildings. It was built in 1906, to the highest standards by the Canadian Pacific Railway, to accommodate company executives. Grace Court apartments are located on the unobtrusive corner of Comox and Cardero Streets close to the popular West End pedestrian shopping areas of Denman Street, and the iconic fashionable Robson Street.
Brentview Manor is a three-story apartment building located in the peaceful hilltop neighbourhood of Willingdon Heights in North Burnaby. This prime location is ideally located near several major Translink routes and traffic arteries. The Brentwood Town Centre Skytrain Station on the Millennium Line and a major bus exchange are all within easy walking distance. The Trans Canada Highway is just minutes away.
Urquhart House is a Vancouver Heritage House built around 1907, located on Nelson Street in Vancouver’s West End. Formerly a private home, Urquhart house was converted into a rooming house in 1958 to be later transformed to the six unit residential apartment it is today. With unique and sometimes quirky suite designs that one often finds in converted Heritage Houses.
One of Vancouver’s oldest historic mansions will be restored and converted to living space. Gabriola House was built in 1901 by B.T. Rogers, the founder of BC Sugar Refinery. It was named after Gabriola Island, the gulf island which provided the unique green/gray sandstone exterior. The building languished in recent years until Carrara Management Corp purchased it.