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Mt. Pleasant Heritage Building Sells to Lululemon founder; Yaletown Exotic Cat Madness

And if you like your restaurant and bar news with a side order of interior design and decor, here's all the latest news from Eater's real estate blog, Curbed Vancouver800px-Vancouver_-_Robson_street_sign[1].jpg
[Joe Mabel]

CURBED COMPARISON: Check out this list of what you can rent in Vancouver right now for $1,800.

ONLY IN YALETOWN: Luxury car owner uses an exotic cat in lieu of an alarm system. Someone call PETA. And the d-bag police.

THAT'S RATHER HIDEOUS: Yaletown's worst decorated apartment comes furnished for $25K/month. We kid you not.

IN THE RETAIL WORLD: Lease rates along Robson & Alberni Street are on the rise. Robson Street shopping scene is back, baby! Tenants who are paying upwards of $200 per square foot aren't so happy.

MEGADEVELOPMENTS: Oakridge Redevelopment explained in colourful, pretty infographics.

DEVELOPMENT WATCH: All about Vancouver's first co-housing development. Another day, another proposed office tower: 753 Seymour Street is trucking along with their community open house planned next week.

SOLD STUFF: Mount Pleasant heritage building sells to Lululemon founder Chip Wilson for $6.5M. Fun fact: the stained glass windows have been created by the tenants who have saved bottles over the years and commissioned an artist to do each window.

ON THE LUXURY MARKET: Very concrete West Van home listed for $16,800,000.