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October 16th, 2017

Houzz

9 kitchen organizing tips to help you waste less food

By Laura Gaskill You’re probably all too familiar with the scenario: You go shopping and come home with bags full of gorgeous produce and other fresh ingredients. You have hopes of eating healthy, homemade meals throughout the week. But by the time the next weekend rolls around, you have to toss out fresh food that […]

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September 22nd, 2017

Careers

Career Opportunity – Receptionist / Administrative Assistant

We are hiring! Are you a self-starter with a positive attitude, high level of professionalism, resourceful, efficient with excellent communication skills and impeccable organization and time-management skills? For the right person, this is an excellent opportunity to work with one of BC’s most respected developers. Boffo Developments has a solid reputation and a loyal following […]

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September 22nd, 2017

Dwell

10 Tips for Hanging Art in Your Home

By Jennifer Baum Lagdameo and Paige Alexus Hanging art on your walls doesn’t have to be a stressful experience—instead, it should be a fun and inspiring creative challenge. You bought it, you love it, you had it framed—and now you just need to figure out how and where to show it off. Planning the display […]

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September 12th, 2017

Vancouver Courier

Vancouver home sales surprisingly hot in August

By Joannah Connolly In an August that turned out to be much busier for Greater Vancouver homes sales than anyone had anticipated, transactions in Vancouver proper during the last full week of the month remained robust, despite back-to-school distractions. There were slightly fewer detached home sales within the city limits during Aug. 21-27 (registered as […]

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August 30th, 2017

Garden Design Magazine

Succulent Plant Care

By Debra Lee Baldwin The secret to cultivating succulents successfully is to give them conditions similar to their native habitats, which for the most part are warm, arid and receive minimal rainfall (under 20 inches a year). 1. Growing succulents in your garden Keep succulents on the dry side, and give their roots superb drainage. […]

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August 24th, 2017

New Home & Condo Guide

Deposit versus down payment: What’s the difference?

By Alisa Aragon DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE between a deposit and down payment, and when each of needs to be paid? The deposit is the money that you put down to secure the property that you are purchasing. In other words, proof to the seller that you are serious about buying. When you make […]

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August 17th, 2017

New Home & Condo Guide

8 condo-friendly plants – green thumb optional!

By Jackie Marchildon We can’t all have a green thumb, and we don’t all have the outdoor space needed for a garden. These condo-friendly plants will satisfy your urge to plant, and they will even survive after the summer season! 1. Moth Orchids (Phalaenopsis) Although they can be hard to bring back to life, orchids […]

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August 10th, 2017

New Home & Condo Guide

5 ways to enhance condo life with smart home technology

By Bob De Wit SMART HOME TECHNOLOGY is in demand by tech-savvy homebuyers who want convenience, efficiency and full control of their home systems. While a larger, single-family home may come to mind when you think of a typical application for these systems, the same perks are effective in your townhome or condo, and are […]

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August 2nd, 2017

HUB Cycling

The Smithe + HUB Cycling

Report by the HUB Cycling Team Report: Not Just Bike Racks – Informing Design for End of Trip Cycling Amenities in Vancouver Real Estate Excerpt from Introduction: The idea for this project grew out of HUB Cycling’s experience in recent years of being asked by developers to provide advice and insight into how their new […]

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July 28th, 2017

Georgia Straight

Burnaby’s new public art paints a portrait of the region’s roots

By Holly Mckenzie-Sutter The City of Burnaby’s latest public-art piece pays homage some of the region’s oldest residents: Douglas fir trees. Old Column, a sculpture by Seattle-based artists Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo, adorns the sidewalk outside Boffo Developments’ new Modello building, a highrise that will house 165 apartments as well as offices and food […]

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July 28th, 2017

Vancouver Sun

ART SEEN: Old Column recalls Burnaby’s former old growth forest

By Kevin Griffin Old Column, stainless steel and steel wire filigree, by Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo at Modello, a 37-story tower by Boffo at Willingdon Avenue and Beresford Street, Burnaby. * Artists Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo hope that Old Column makes passersby stop, look and explore.   Han and Mihalyo are the team […]

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July 20th, 2017

Houzz

10 sizzling-hot summer containers

By Lauren Dunec Hoang Turn up the heat with these bright, bold container compositions that feature red, orange, chartreuse, vivid pink and deep purple hues. You may not want your whole garden to be filled with these super-saturated colors, but why not give a few containers a try? Here are 10 standout container designs to […]

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July 5th, 2017

Houzz

How to cool down a room

By Victoria Harrison Sweltering in the summer heat but don’t have air conditioning? Here are 15 quick tips for staying cool. When the mercury rises, homes without air conditioning can get stuffy and uncomfortable, making it difficult to relax, eat or sleep. Try these heat hacks to stay cool and calm all summer long. Photo […]

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June 29th, 2017

Modello

Media Release: Metrotown’s newest public art piece unveiled at Boffo’s Modello project

Media Release METROTOWN’S NEWEST PIECE OF PUBLIC ART TO BE UNVEILED AT THE GATEWAY OF BOFFO DEVELOPMENTS MODELLO PROJECT AND BURNABY’S BERESFORD ART WALK. The 25 foot intricately designed sculpture, named Old Column, is made of welding stainless steel wire filigree, referencing the Douglas Fir trees of Burnaby’s Central Park Burnaby, BC (June 28, 2017): […]

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June 7th, 2017

Houzz

How to pack for a move in a weekend

By Aly Finkelstein Packing for a big move does not have to take months. This may come as a shock, but in many homes, it can be done in a weekend or less. I’m speaking from experience on this one. The last time my family of four moved, we did it in a weekend. I’ve […]

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June 1st, 2017

HUB Cycling

Challenge shows bikes and transit more convenient than cars

By HUB Cycling Vancouver, BC / May 24, 2017 – Spring Bike to Work Week starts Monday, and HUB Cycling celebrated the event today by challenging cars and transit users to commute more quickly than their biking friends. Ahead of Bike to Work Week, which is happening from May 29-June 4, ten teams of people […]

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May 25th, 2017

Houzz

3 colour palettes to help set your garden’s mood

By Lauren Dunec Hoang Nothing has more immediate impact on the mood of a garden than color. When it comes to putting together a garden color palette, you can first decide how you want a space to make you feel and then choose the color scheme accordingly. If you want a cheerful and inviting space, […]

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April 28th, 2017

Houzz

Tips for getting your task lighting right

By Brenna Malmberg The pros weigh in on how to light your living room, bedroom and office desk for reading and other tasks When it comes to task lighting, home design and health professionals can help you pick the right light for your space. This is the type of light you use when you read, […]

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April 26th, 2017

Houzz

Successful Office-Bedroom Combos

By Melissa Cowan Wake up, get dressed (or not), make coffee and head over to do some work at your desk. Sounds like heaven, right? There are, without a doubt, perks to working from home: no commute time, far fewer interruptions and more control over your work environment, to name a few. But it also […]

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April 4th, 2017

Houzz

10 timeless pieces of decorating advice

By Janet Dunn As we work — and spend — to make the places we live in beautiful and functional, we sometimes make decor mistakes we come to regret. Unhappy choices nearly always stem from poor planning, rushed decisions, self-doubt or bad advice. Here I’ll show you how to take sound and sensible steps to […]

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March 29th, 2017

New Home & Condo Guide

Coffee table talk: 7 styles and shapes to suit your space

By Yanic Simard LET’S TALK COFFEE TABLES – a necessity for any family room, the landing place for all, and the centre of attention. Available in various sizes, shapes and finishes, you can easily create many different looks just by swapping out the accent pieces. If you want to give your space a whole new […]

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March 28th, 2017

The Province

Boffo’s The Smithe rich with eye-catching details

By Mary Frances Hill   At the display space for The Smithe, Boffo Developments’ planned community of condominiums in downtown Vancouver, designer Scott Trepp responds to the tower’s architecture from the inside out — by embracing the potential of a bright space, bringing beauty to the smallest details and creating a centrepiece in the display […]

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March 23rd, 2017

Vancouver Sun

The Smithe offers stylish living in the heart of downtown

By Kathleen Freimond Excited by its first downtown Vancouver project, Boffo Developments has defined a new neighbourhood – the arts and events district – to better describe the location of its 27-storey highrise, The Smithe. “It’s a great location on the edge of Yaletown – we’ve coined it the arts and events district,” says Boffo’s […]

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March 21st, 2017

Real Estate Weekly

The Smithe: A New Jewel in Downtown Living

By Michelle Hopkins In the downtown core’s hottest location, The Smithe by Boffo Developments will offer 94 stunning luxury homes in a 24-storey tower. Photo by Raef Grohne At the edge of Yaletown, in the heart of Downtown Vancouver’s Entertainment District, steps away from the best performance theatres and finest restaurants, is where The Smithe […]

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March 17th, 2017

BuzzBuzzHome

The Smithe will offer unparalleled access to downtown Vancouver’s Arts + Events District

Photo by Raef Grohne Coming soon to downtown Vancouver, The Smithe by Boffo Developments will be a rare opportunity to own a home right in the heart of the dynamic Arts + Events District. With 94 elegant two- and three-bedroom residences, the building’s modern aesthetic and enviable location will provide a truly unprecedented homeowner experience. […]

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