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Paul Albrighton in the News




"One man's happiness project moves ahead"

This news story was written by Kerry Gold at the Globe and Mail and posted in the Real Estate section on December 20th 2012, as Paul Albrighton is a recognized leader in the Vancouver Real Estate Industry.  His sales ablilites, unique brand, and annual contribution to the Make-A-Wish BC chapter has received attention from the media.

From Globe and Maial Website

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Above: Paul Albrighton photographed in his loft, December 18 2012.  Photo by Rafal Gerszak

Paul Albrighton is the kind of 27 year old who could pass for a teenager wearing a nice suit. He’s got a wide grin, a wiry build, and the polite exuberance of a young salesman who might have taken in a few Tony Robbins how-to-be-your-best seminars.

His optimism, though, hasn’t got that dogged spiritual-boot-camp feel to it. Mr. Albrighton has arrived at his daily up-with-life mantra as a response to childhood health setbacks that linger into his adult life. In other words, he’s happy to be alive. In fact, he’s so happy and goal-oriented, he tells me, that his mind is even working while he sleeps.

“When you give yourself good thoughts before bed, you do a little dreaming about what you want,” he says, seated in a Gastown coffee shop. “Your body and mind work over time when you are focused, even when you are sleeping. Define what you want, make it realistic, and go for it with passion,” he says.








Paul Albrighton is often quoted for his expertise with lofts and Vancouver properties.  Recently the Globe & Mail News reached out to Paul Albrighton for information on a recent sale, a loft on Beatty Street, #3-528 Beatty St.  This historic loft was unique with its architectural features.  Read more by following the links below.
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"The property was listed at $429,000, reduced to $409,000 after several weeks without selling and was reduced again to $399,000. It finally sold 51 days after being listed for $395,000.

What they got: Because Vancouver hasn’t got a lot of lofts, the lofts that do come on the market go for a price that’s generally slightly higher than the average. This loft at 528 Beatty, known as Bowman Lofts, is a warehouse conversion by Salient Group in the neighbourhood of Crosstown, which intersects three neighbourhoods: Yaletown, Gastown and Chinatown. It’s on a highly desirable street, close to trendy upscale restaurants as well as the hockey arena and movie theatres.

The agent’s take: Realtor Paul Albrighton is a loft specialist whose listings usually come up in places like Crosstown where the buildings were formerly used for light manufacturing and warehousing. In the current market, “we are seeing more investor style clients that are planning to purchase properties either as holding property or rental properties because they recognize that prices have come down,” Mr. Albrighton said. “The purchaser of this place is planning to rent it out for the long term, as it’s a unique place and the price was very attractive.”

If you are looking to buy or sell a Vancouver property, contact Paul Albrighton, 604-315-5574.

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In 2010, we were fortunate to work with so many great clients and beautiful loft spaces.   As a Thank You for your business, website visits, and online attention, we want to reward all our fans.  Simply go through the five selected lofts below, vote for your favourite space, and email us to get into the Dwell Magazine 1 year subscription contest.  We know everyone has their own taste, but these are the five most "spoken about" lofts we dealt with in 2010.  We want to know your opinion.  Which one was your favourite?


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1 - #402 1180 Homer St - McMasters Yaletown Loft

#402 1180 Homer St - McMasters Yaletown Loft

This beautiful space is located in the heart of Yaletown along Homer Street.  This unit featured over 1300 sq.ft., exposed wood beams and sand-blasted concrete walls and ceilings.  The interior was finely detailed with a high-end open style kitchen, sliding glass walls, and reclaimed fir hardwood floors.  Some other highlights of this suite were the open concept living space and the high level of luxurious throughout the kitchen and spa-like bathrooms.  For all the photos and details on the "McMasters Yaletown Loft" visit the property page by clicking here.


2 - #314 1220 E Pender St - Workshop White Loft

#314 1220 E Pender St - Workshop White Loft

This open plan true live/work loft offered plenty of space and light.  Located on the top floor of " The Workshop" at E Pender and Clarke, this industrial style loft was selected for its amount of space, two level plan, and the 18' ceilings.  The amount of light was great from the full height windows and the skylight, exclusive to top floor suites at 1220 E Pender St.  The concrete floors, exposed cinder-block walls, and open plan make this loft very special, and "eye-candy" to those minimalist fans.  For all the photos and details on the Workshop White Loft click here.


3 - #211 1220 E Pender St - Country Style Loft

#211 1220 E Pender St - Country Style Loft

Over 1500 sq.ft., natural fir wood beams, wide-plank floors, "see through glass" loft floor, and a large chef's kitchen make this loft ultra-unique.  This loft was recognized as the "Country" or "Whistler" styled loft.  In my loft career I have not seen such a property like this, especially within a building like the Workshop.  This loft was a true blend of great ideas, attention to design, and simply stunning materials.  Some other special features within the Country Loft were heated floors within the spa-like bathroom, slate flooring, 3 full height windows, views to Downtown Vancouver, and double insulated walls, which made this space very quiet and peaceful.  For more information and photos on the Country Style loft, click here.


4 - #307 345 Water St - Greenshields Gastown Loft

#307 345 Water St - Greenshields Gastown Loft

Beautiful interior detailing and workmanship all in an open concept living space topped off with a patio facing the ocean and mountains, make this loft a top pick of 2010.  Designed by Alda Pereira, the interiors at Greenshields are in a league of their own.  This suite features, re-claimed maple floors, beautiful Raumplus glass partition walls, special art displays, stone counter tops, and a restored tin-tile ceilings.  Some other special features are a in-suite storage room, exposed concrete structural beam, and custom art-feature style lighting.  Over 992 sq.ft. with ocean and harbour views make this a very unique Gastown loft.  For more details on the Greenshields Heritage Loft click here.


5 - #502 1238 Seymour St - White Bright Downtown Loft

#502 1238 Seymour St - White Bright Downtown Loft

Two level of living, bright white space, and views of Downtown Vancouver make this open concept loft a top topic in the Albrighton office.  Another combination of vision, practicality, and workmanship make this loft very special.  These owners completely customized this space.  They started with a custom loft space upstairs incorporating a large master bedroom, and a semi-private second bedroom.  The upstairs master bedroom had an electric fireplace, and large strip of closet space.  Downstairs, many of the walls were taken down, a large bathroom was designed, black-stained oak hardwood floors were fitted, and custom pot-lighting was installed throughout, making for a dramatic space.  For more information and photos of the White Bright Downtown Loft, click here.



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Gastown Vancouver Lofts for sale from $400,000

Gastown Lofts for sale

Prices for quality lofts starting at $400,000.  Great buildings in classic locations.  Just some of the loft buildings featured are: 55 E Cordova St "Koret", 289 Alexander St "Edge", 36 Water St "Terminus", and 55 Alexander.  Follow this link:

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Downtown Vancouver Lofts for sale starting at $335,000

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Prices starting at $335,000.  Buildings include 1238 Seymour St "The Space", 933 Seymour St "The Spot", and the "Hooper Building" at 869 Beatty St.

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Vancouver Loft Expert, Paul Albrighton





Paul Albrighton's business profile.  When it comes to lofts or architecture, Paul speaks with passioin: "It all began when I started in the Real Estate business, I had a love for architecture and some unique buildings in Vancouver.  I noticed that there was a group of people searching for something unique to live in, they were tired of day to day average spec condos.  My goal was to fulfill that need while enjoying my passion of looking at spectacular places"


1238 Seymour St - Space Videos

Here are a few videos done on suites/lofts at The Space.  They are spread around our sites, but this blog posts have them in one place.  You can email this link to people if they are interested in lofts at The Space. 

The Space Videos:


#910 1238 Seymour St - Marketed in July 2009




#502 1238 Seymour Street - Marketed in Jan 2010


The Space Lofts online promo/introduction video in September 2009


The Space - #304 1238 Seymour St - Raw Loft walkthrough video in September 2008



What Happened to Green Real Estate?

Whatever happened to Green Real Estate?


When the North American economy was in full force, and the Vancouver real estate market was fully blooming Green building technologies were hot.  Developers were promoting the latest Green additions to their projects, Green marketing was “in”, and consumers found a way to justify higher prices for these qualities.  Since then, whatever happened to Green buildings? Was it a fad or did people actually value these additions to new developments and were willing to pay the price?

This fall, my experience with Downtown Vancouver condo and loft buyers has been disappointing in regards to Green value-adds.  With a target audience of people who appreciate architecture, new technology, and new design, the Green demand has simply been forgotten.  I believe this past 2009 economy has made our consumers very price conscious.  People pay closer attention to what they are paying for and the short term returns.   Even in our past 5 months of true sales and price recoveries, people are shopping with more short term intentions.  Since March 2009, we have seen similar activity to the most active months in 2007 in regards to sales figures and price increases.  (Read last month’s market report)  But people are not acting the same when it comes to buying property.   

Recently while promoting the environmental advantages of one of Vancouver’s few Green buildings “Pomaria,” (See below) a LEED tower in Downtown Vancouver, in more than one case, my clients would not consider the Green advantages while comparing prices to similar properties in the area.  I felt disappointed, and slightly concerned.  I brought up this issue amongst a few people in the industry, and they experienced similar feedback from other clients.  Does this mean, now that the bottom line is “more important than ever,” people are forgetting about Green technology, and the long-term effects on the environment?

While attending a UDI (Urban Development Institute) development course last week, I spoke to other professionals within the industry about the possibilities of new Green initiatives being implemented by developers for upcoming projects, they quickly responded with the answer “no”.  As expected, they asked if I have had experienced any demand or requests for these types of features from consumers.  You can imagine where this conversation led...

My point of this article is that I hope that the Green initiatives can once again be absorbed and demanded by consumers. 
At this time I believe the pressure will have to come from government and planning departments.  If there were tax advantages with certain Green guidelines for new developments this could cause some very positive energy.  The reality is very few people are willing to pay the price up-front.  Developers are not willing to add Green features if consumers are not willing to pay extra.       

Pomaria 1455 Howe St – LEEDE residential condo tower
1455 Howe outside Pomaria 23

Pomaria is a 30 storey residential tower located in False Creek North in Downtown Vancouver.  It was developed in 2007 by Qualex-Landmark and designed by Rafii Architects and Robert Ledingham.   Pomaria was amongst the first and only developments to pursue LEED.  This building has been designed to enhance living while considering some Green technologies including: a unique ventilation system, geothermal/geoexchange heating and cooling system, storm water management system, specially selected materials, and low volume/consumption appliances and fixtures.  All these systems are designed to lower its impact and increase its long term sustainability.

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Market Update for October 2009

Summary for local Downtown Vancouver Market Report for condos and lofts

The market continues to show positive signs.  Inventory is still low, and our market still remains as a sellers market (defined by having less than three months supply).  Sales activity has slowed down since the Summer months which is typical for this time of year, however; sales in October were up 4.1% from September which was already a very active month.  Compared to October of 2008, sales were up 117% for Greater Vancouver. 

“High confidence and low mortgage rates are continuing to drive the activity we’re seeing in the housing market today. We’re coming off several months of unseasonably high sales levels, which has allowed for a gradual increase in home values this year,”  - Scott Russell, Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) president said.

This month I wanted to more of an analysis of Greater Vancouver, and Western Canada.

November Market Update
Since the market correction last winter, the market has bounced back nicely to test previous highs, both in the number of sales and in benchmark prices. The summer of 2009 surprised many analysts and market-watchers with both its resiliency and fervour, and clients have asked what will happen in the fall and winter.

No one really knows what the market will do, but traditionally, the winter season has resulted in a slow-down in the market as families buckle down for the school year, weather patterns make buyer tours less pleasant, and holiday planning begins. Because there are fewer buyers, some sellers will decide that they can wait until these buyers return, which results in less supply to offset the drop in demand.

However, statistics show that house prices tend to be lower in the winter than in the summer which is why home price stats are seasonally adjusted. People who sell in the winter are more likely to be ready to sell and realistic rather than curious and unmotivated. Also, because there are fewer buyers, true negotiations between buyers and sellers are more likely to occur in place of auction-type multiple offer situations.

So what does this mean if you're a buyer or seller? If you're a buyer that has the flexibility to purchase during the winter months, your selection may become more limited, but if you find what you like, you will likely have a better opportunity to negotiate for your home rather than bid for it. If you're a seller, a limited supply can work in your favour if you have a good realtor that can outline the unique features of your home.

Every situation is different, and each year presents a new set of challenges and opportunities that require professional analysis.  Source, Macdonald Realty Ltd.

End of Oct 2009 graph

Albrighton Vancouver lofts and modern condo buildings

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604 315 5574 - Granite Block Lofts in Mount Pleasant - 234 East 5th, Vancouver  Abbott Place in Gastown Vancouver - 233 Abbott St, Vancouver

"33" in Crosstown Vancouver - 33 West Pender

The Workshop Lofts in Mount Pleasant - 1220 E. Pender St, Vancouver

Koret Lofts in Gastown - 55 E. Cordova, Vancouver

Del Prado Yaletown Loft Building - 1155 Mainland St, Vancouver

The Hamilton Yaletown Loft Buliding - 1178 Hamilton St. Vancouver

The Space Lofts - Downtown Loft Building - 1238 Seymour St, Vancouver

Bowman Lofts in Crosstown - 528 Beatty St, Vancouver

XL Lofts in Cambie/Mount Pleasant W - 428 W. 8th Ave, Vancouver

Metropolis Lofts in Yaletown Vancouver - 1238 Richards St, Vancouver

Alda Lofts in Yaletown Vancouver - 1275 Hamilton St, Vancouver

Crosstown heritage loft building - 518 Beatty S, Vancouver

The Spot Lofts in Downtown Vancouver - 933 Seymour St, Vancouver

Tribeca Lofts in Yaletown Vancouver - 988 Richards St, Vancouver

McMasters Buliding - Lofts in Yaletown - 1180 Homer St, Vancouver

Sophia - Mount Pleasant Modern condos - 298 E. 11th Ave, Vancouver

The Edge lofts in Gastown Vancouver - 289 Alexander St, Vancouver

Artech Warehouse Lofts in Mount Pleasant - 336 E. 1st Ave, Vancouver

Loft 495 in South Granville/Mount Pleasant - 495 W. 6th, Vancouver

Van Horne in Gastown - 22 E. Cordova, Vancouver

Carrall Station in Gastown - 1 E. Cordova St, Vancouver

Crane Building - 540 Beatty in Crosstown - 546 Beatty St, Vancouver

Murchies Building in Yaletown - 1216 Homer St, Vancouver

Waterfall Building in False Creek - 1540 W. 2nd, Vancouver

The Grace in Yaletown - 499 Drake St, Vancouver

The Grace in Yaletown - 1280 Richards St, Vancouver - Shangri La in Downtown - 1111 Alberni St, Vancouver - Shangri-La in Coal Harbour - 1128 W. Georgia St, Vancouver - Flatiron in Coal Harbour - 1277 Melville St, Vancouver - Harbour Green II in Coal Harbour - 1139 W. Cordova St, Vancouver - The Qube in Coal Harbour - 1333 W. Georgia St, Vancouver

Market update for Vancouver loft sales Aug 2009

Why are lofts and condos selling so fast?

Paul Albrighton - market update for condos and lofts Aug '09.  Demand high, inventory low, prices increasing since April 2009. 



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Mount Pleasant near Main St. Lofts

# 203 2635 PRINCE EDWARD ST – “Soma Lofts” This unit is near Main, however the street it is on is nice, quiet, and not so industrial.    This in East Mount Pleasant.  This area is improving and is being redeveloped quickly.  There are a few warehouse styled lofts in the area.  These suites stand out for offering beautiful finish from polished concrete floors, ultra high ceilings, quality kitchens & bathrooms, and sliding wall/doors.  These are prime “loft style condos”.

 # 708 328 E 11TH AV -  “Uno” This is right by Soma Lofts, and another architectural building with good values.  This suite is a two bedroom which a bright good layout.

# 314 336 E 1ST AV – “Artech Lofts” This is a Warehouse style Mount Pleasant live/work loft building with great open layouts.  This unit features concrete floors and some nice updates.  It also has a North facing mountain view.  This building is home to many artist live/work studios and home offices. 

  Vancouver East Loft

# 410 2001 WALL ST – “Canerry Row” - These are beautiful true double level lofts with great space.  This unit is well priced as the past three loft sales at this building were between $345,000 to $365,000.  This building is located out of the core of the city, in the industrial area, near Powell and the Bottom of Victoria Dr.  This loft has great industrial northern views. 

  Gastown Loft

#202 36 WATER ST- “Terminus”, This is a new Gastown retro-fit building using the facade of a heritage hotel.  These properties must be viewed to be appreciated, these units do not feel narrow as the ceilings are very high.  The build finish and quality are amongst the best lofts in the city.  All these units include parking.  It is right in the character tourist area of Gastown. 

 Yaletown Loft

# 313 1275 HAMILTON ST - This is one of Yaletown’s best conversion buildings.  It was designed by Alda Pierra, and the detail to attention clearly shows.  This suite features high ceilings, original exposed timber beams, and very nice kitchen and bathroom finishing’s.  I highly recommend this place.  The strata fees are only $273/mn.

 Westside Lofts

# 203 4387 W 10TH AV – “Roar One” I’ve included the listing and the older listing of this place so you can see as many photos as possible.  This is a beautiful building in a great location in Point Grey.  The design and attention to detail is very apparent.  This place is right out of Dwell Magazine.  This building ranks amongst the best loft boutique buildings in the city. 

# 510 1529 W 6TH AV – “South Granville Lofts” These are highly desired lofts as they are located near Broadway and Granville.  These suites are home to many business including hair salons.  People really like them for their well built concrete construction and people can walk right up to the suites without having to be buzzed in.  These were re-done in 2006, the developer still owns a few suites and should be releasing some units. 

# 408 338 W 8TH AV – “Loft 338” This smaller loft building that looks like a warehouse conversion with metal cladding on the outside.  This is a nice simple open space with over 800 sq.ft.   This is in a great area full of new development and a new skytrain station.  It is one block away from the main commuting route – W 9th or Broadway. 

 # 201 980 W 22ND AV – “Simon” This is a more quaint location near Oak St.  This unit offers great space, and an outdoor patio.  This area is located right near Shaughnessy. 

 # 302 428 W 8TH AV – “XL LOFTS” This is a nice architectural concrete loft building near the new developments in the Cambie area on W 8th.  These units have nice exposed concrete, great layouts, and a very central location.  This area is now home to many great new stores including Whole Foods, Best Buy, and Canadian Tire.  This is 1 block from a Skytrain station.


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The Crane Building - 546 beatty st - New Vancouver loft building

546 Beatty st - Crosstown loft - Crane Building -- Vancouver lofts

See our building webpage for 546 Beatty St, The Crane building is located in Crosstown Vancouver.

These suites are full of character, see the morning sun and super high ceilings located in Townline's latest HERITAGE VANCOUVER LOFT CONVERSION - The Crane building at 540 Beatty st. This exceptional loft style features soaring overheight ceiling, original bri ck wall, exposed concrete beams, iron columns, refurbished double hung sash windows, concrete polished floors.  Marketed by Paul Albrighton - Vancouver lofts.

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