Evan Duggan

Evan Duggan

Evan is a freelance multimedia journalist in Vancouver, who has covered business, news, politics and more. In addition to RENX, his work has appeared in the Vancouver Sun, B-Magazine, The Tyee, Elite Daily, Al Jazeera English and others. He can be reached at evan@evanduggan.com

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Ryan Beedie, President, Beedie BIZ Vancouver’s Beedie branches out, grows residential business

Evan Duggan | Property Biz Canada | 2018-10-16
For Ryan Beedie and the development firm that shares his last name, the past couple of years have included a...

IMAGE: David Goodman of HQ Commercial in Vancouver. (Image courtesy HQ) BIZ Thousands of new apartment units ‘at risk’ in Vancouver

Evan Duggan | Property Biz Canada | 2018-09-25
Approximately 12,000 planned purpose-built rental apartment units worth an estimated $5 billion in Metro Vancouver are at risk of not...

IMAGE: The EY Tower in Toronto, owned by Oxford Properties. (Courtesy Oxford) BIZ New initiatives lift Oxford back atop GRESB rankings

Evan Duggan | Commercial | 2018-09-21
Toronto-based Oxford Properties is once again at the top of the annual Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) ranking in...

IMAGE: Bench is being constructed in Vancouver's Railtown district by Rendition Properties. (Rendering courtesy Rendition) BIZ Vancouver’s Railtown begins its dramatic transformation

Evan Duggan | Commercial | 2018-09-18
Construction has started on the first new building in 50 years in Vancouver’s Railtown district, which will see a surge...

IMAGE: The Glenshire Business Park in Langford, B.C. (Image courtesy Keycorp.) BIZ New industrial space scarce, Victoria market tightens

Evan Duggan | Commercial | 2018-09-11
Greater Victoria’s industrial vacancy rate continues to drop as demand to buy and lease workspace in the region outstrips the...

IMAGE: The Delta Link Business Park, being developed by Beedie Industrial in Metro Vancouver. BIZ Companies crave larger Vancouver industrial spaces: Beedie

Evan Duggan | Commercial | 2018-08-28
Companies in Metro Vancouver are seeking ever-larger footprints as the region’s “mind-boggling” industrial market vacancy remains tight and land prices...
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