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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by West, Aug 9, 2017.
Out for a paddle today ...
How come you have less smoke than we do????
It's still very bad 7 out of 10 (10 being Beijing). Apparently there is a front forming that should clear the air by Friday/Saturday.
So we hear, or that is what the experts have promised us . . .one of these days.
Lovely shots, West and I love that yellow house. Check and see if it's for sale, will ya?
I don't know, maybe consider a Florida waterfront Mansion at a lesser price?
House For Sale: $929,000 at #10 1301 JOHNSTON STREET, Vancouver West, BC, V6H 3R9, Ca
Just saw this: Vancouver Housing Posts Biggest Price Gains Since 1990
so if you want to escape to Vancouver you best move fast, before the prices go up even more
It's great if you own property I did the freedom 55 thingee a while back.
Fun pictures, I loved seeing them. What is with the building on the right in image #2?
You mean the one designed by the astigmatic student architect?
Yah, that one.
That is a residential building designed by a world famous architect, Arthur Erickson. It's very beautiful in real life and a standout in the sea of monotonous towers.
Ahhhh...priced out of the market again, I see...smh. I should have moved there years ago...
No, just wait for the inevitable crash. There's a huge bubble in Canadian real estate now.
West, is that you in the big hat? How do those bikes handle rough water?
Sadly Vancouver is out of reach for most Canadians as well, all the deals are on the East Coast now (cheap waterfront).
The borrowing rates would need to go up quit a bit before a crash was to become a reality, currently money is dirt cheap: 5 year term at 2.64% (broker rate).
Those bikes looked like a lot of work to me, I think they are more suitable for still water. They have a thriving rental business in False Creek. I was on my own boat taking the photo.