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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Vncouver Real Estate Forum BIZ New homebuyers, developers could be pushed to suburbs

Evan Duggan | Property Biz Canada | 2018-01-11
Canada’s new mortgage stress test could push many Metro Vancouver entry-level homebuyers deeper into the suburbs, but it won’t stem...

An Altus Group survey has found the majority of CRE executives don't understand how tech disruptors could impact their industry. BIZ Tech disruptors? Most CRE executives don’t get it

Evan Duggan | Commercial | 2018-01-04
Most CRE executives are failing to recognize how specific new technologies could become major disruptors to their industry, according to...

QuadReal Property Group purchased the Oakridge Centre shopping mall in Vancouver from Ivanhoé Cambridge for $961 million. BIZ Vancouver CRE investments rocket toward record

Evan Duggan | Commercial | 2017-12-19
The Vancouver region is on the verge of setting a record for overall commercial real estate sales in 2017, according...

Downtown Vancouver. (Google Street View image) BIZ Trophy assets dominate Vancouver 2017 sales

Evan Duggan | Commercial | 2017-12-19
As the Vancouver region closes out what is expected to be a record 2017 for commercial property sales, the list...

The Marine Gateway mixed-use development in Vancouver is one of two Canadian winners of an ULI global award. (Rendering courtesy Marine Gateway / Perkins+Will Vancouver) BIZ PCI’s Marine Gateway in Vancouver wins ULI award

Evan Duggan | Commercial | 2017-11-21
Marine Gateway, a prominent mixed-use development on the Canada Line SkyTrain route in South Vancouver, has won an Urban Land...

Downtown Vancouver. (Google Maps image) BIZ Downtown Vancouver office space a ‘landlord’s market’

Evan Duggan | Commercial | 2017-11-21
Downtown Vancouver is entering an extended period without any major office tower openings, even as demand for workspace continues to...
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