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What Sold In Coal Harbour So Far This Year

July 31st, 2009

There have been 140 sales in Coal Harbour so far this year. Ninety-two of these were under $1 million, twenty-two were between $1m-$1.5m., ten were between $1.5m-$2m.,  ten were between $2m. and $3m. and six were over $3m.

A purchase between $400,000 and $500,000 could have garnered you a one bedroom measuring 710 square feet on the 24th floor at The Melville  for $423,000 or a slightly larger ...

We Want YOUR Coal Harbour Stories

July 26th, 2009

Send us your Coal Harbour stories and we'll blog them here and credit you!  Send your Coal Harbour related stories to

Rockin In The Park for Kids of All Ages This Saturday

July 9th, 2009


Fun for the whole family at the Coal Harbour Community Centre.  There will be music, food, face-painting, an art show and sale and more.

For more information click on the link below:

Canada Day Fireworks at Coal Harbour Tonight

July 2nd, 2009

You Coal Harbour waterfront residents have front row seats to Canada Day fireworks tonight at 10:30!

Another Competitive Sale in One Harbour Green

June 16th, 2009

A three bedroom, 3263 square foot Northwest facing apartment in One Harbour Green has sold for $1523/ft. at a sale price of $5million.  Sales have been brisk in the single family house market on the West Side all Spring and it appears that the luxury condo market is regaining  its momentum too, as more buyers regain their confidence in the stability of international markets and are choosiing ...

What's Going On With Coal Harbour Prices?

June 11th, 2009

For those with extra cash, some Coal Harbour real estate is being snapped up at bargain prices.  A recent sale in Two Harbour Green, for a West-facing,  2 level, 2 bedroom, 2500 square foot home on a mid-tier floor, with great harbour veiw sold for $740/square foot.  This is pricing we've become accustomed to in the core of downtown with its high denisity and its partial views, not pricing we ...

Coal Harbour Gets Japandogs

June 5th, 2009

Alexandra Gill writes in the Globe and Mail about how Vancouver's Noriki Tamura brings inventive street food to Vancouver's downtown, and now to Coal Harbour-- all while working within the bureaucratic red tape of an archaic Vancouver Food Policy Council.  Please!  We can't have Toronto outshining our street food scene!!! ...

Sunday Morning Birding In Stanley Park

May 28th, 2009

9:00-11:00 guided birding walking tour by naturalist, Cathy Aitchison, in Stanley Park this Sunday, May 31st, leaves from Lost Lagoon Nature House

participation price is by donation

Blue Heron Happening At Lost Lagoon in Stanley Park This Sunday

May 27th, 2009

Coal Harbour residents live side by side with one of the most vibrant and beautiful city parks on the planet.  A short stroll from each of the buildings featured on our web site is Lost Lagoon-- a 41 acre body of water next to BUSY Georgia Street.  The Lagoon is host to nesting blue herons each year, who squak their presence and enhance our tenuous connection with the wildlife with whom we sh ...

Ever Wonder Who Your Floatplane Pilot Is When You Fly Between Coal Harbour and Salt Spring Island?

May 22nd, 2009

Maybe's he's a former Olympic rower....

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