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Real Estate

Why, If We Are in a Recession, Do We Keep Building New Places to Live and Work?

Despite headlines screaming about the highest vacancy rates this city has seen in decades, the cranes keep turning and the bulldozers keep moving dirt. We asked developers and the City what keeps buildings going up during a downturn.

Trading Places Between the Inner-City and the Suburbs

In the debate between downtown and suburbia, both sides have their share of converts.

This House is a Reverse Two-Storey Built on a Hill

It has a golf simulator room and a "Gone With the Wind" inspired grand staircase. It's our property of the week.

Property of the Week: $1.1 Million Renovated Roxboro Bungalow

It has red oak flooring, Caesarstone quartz counters and a sauna.

Property of the Week: $1.3 Million Inner City Bungalow

It has vaulted ceilings, oak floors and granite countertops.

Property of the Week: $2.7 Million French Country-Style Home

It has a Forno pizza oven and a home theatre.

Property of the Week: A Four-Level Split That is All About the Angles and the Windows

It has an open beam vaulted ceiling, two-storey brick fireplace and a wall of windows.

Property of the Week: $535,000 for a Hillhurst Townhouse with Tall Windows and a Secret Garden

It was built by architects Jeremy Sturgess and Gary Andrishak.

This Solid Brick Home was Built in 1910 and it's For Sale

It sits on a 50x109-foot lot with a large veranda and huge private backyard.

This House is Blocks from the Stampede Grounds and Super Energy Efficient

It's our property of the week and it is LEED certified with triple-paned windows, energy-efficient appliances and a mid-century-inspired design.

Property of the Week: $1 Million Loft Style Townhome

The building was originally a synagogue and later was transformed into townhomes.

5 Great Airbnbs in Calgary

They're $100 or less and in and around downtown Calgary.
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