We Are Vancouver Commercial Real Estate Advisors

VANCOUVER COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE ADVISORS FOR DEVELOPERS INVESTORS

If you’re a developer or investor, know that our Vancouver commercial real estate advisors have keen insight into market trends. This means we’re able to provide projections of real estate value throughout Metro Vancouver.

Our advisors are experienced and knowledgeable in every aspect of Vancouver commercial real estate including commercial sales and Leasing. We fully understand Official Community Plan protocol and municipal policies, know how and where to save costs associated with land development.

FOR HOMEOWNERS BUSINESSES

If you’re a homeowner, we can give you an estimate of the value of your properties. Also, with our industry insight, our

Vancouver commercial real estate advisors

can facilitate sales by putting you (the seller) in touch with interested buyers, comprised of a broad network of developers and other industry professionals.

If you're a looking to invest or look for a new business location, we can create a plan tailored to you need. Our team have facilitated businesses and investor to acquire , or lease retail, office, free-hold commercial building, industrial and shopping center. Our experience to find the ideal location played a crucial role in its growth and revenue generation.

Our future is being forged from Vancouver’s past

Thousands of years before it was incorporated as a city in 1886, the region now known as Vancouver, British Columbia served as a home to a broad cross section of people. The area’s proximity to a wealth of natural resources, and the fact that it’s situated at the mouth of a major river next to the Pacific Ocean made it an ideal trading gateway to the East. In the latter half of the 20th century, a revitalized Canadian immigration policy made Vancouver, with all its pristine beauty, a magnet for newcomers.
  • 1886

    Gassy Jack opens the first saloon in 1867 near the Hastings Mill and the settlement of Gastown grows quickly around it. By 1886, the city is renamed “Vancouver” and the Canadian Pacific Railway is extended to the city, triggering an incredible surge of growth, The community of under 1000 settlers jumps to 13 700 by 1891.

  • 1909

    From the turn of the century to the beginning of WWI, Vancouver sees a surge in construction and migrants pour into the city. The modestly sized city grows to a substantial 115 000 people from the Burrard Inlet to the Fraser River.

  • 1932

    Construction soon booms again following a slump in growth due to enlistment. The municipalities of South Vancouver and Point Grey are amalgamated in 1929 and the total metro population reaches 304 000.

  • 1968

    A post-WWII population boom sees the arrival of 100 000 immigrants as high rise buildings reshape the skyline. Land becomes scarce, and with improvements in highways, suburban development increases drastically. In 1971, the population of Metro Vancouver exceeds a million.

  • Today, Vancouver is the most populous metropolitan area in Western Canada and the third most populous in Canada. This is due to a number of favourable characteristics, including its natural beauty, mild climate, ethnic diversity, liveability, prosperous economy (including tech, tourism and trade), excellent education opportunities and proximity to the U.S. border. Indeed, Vancouver seems to be well on its way to becoming on par with cities such as London, New York and Hong Kong. However, Vancouver has geographic factors which limit the growth of housing and commercial locations.
    At Claridge Real Estate Advisors, we have an innovative vision for Vancouver’s future. As business and demand for housing here continues to grow, we are devoted to commercial real estate for the greater good. This means the transformation and brokering of properties around all of Metro Vancouver that might otherwise be underutilized. By optimizing the limited real estate that we have in Metro Vancouver, we believe Vancouver can comfortably expand with plenty of room for commercial, townhouse, mixed-use and multi-family homes for years to come. As a company, we’ve been doing it since 2013 and have an excellent track record.
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