Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Real Estate Superstar - Ian Gillespie

I am proud to have been an investor in North America's most successful developer for over a decade now. Nowadays he doesn't need my funding but I maintain a small investment as a private investor in Westbank so that we can continue our longstanding business relationship and friendship.

Photo by Stuart Dee

Changing Vancouver's Skyline

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Monday, August 14, 2006

BC Business - August 2006

WHOWHATWEAR p. 23 August issue of BC Business magazine

Photo by Peter Holst

Shek-O is Hong Kong's 'Tycoon Village'

The location of this spectacular residence is what really earned Andrea's respect amongst the top level land developers and tycoons in Hong Kong. No one else had ever been able to secure agreement amongst feuding heirs over the proceeds of sale of this waterfront adjoining one of Hong Kong's best private golf courses.

Andrea Eng did this transaction for the heirs of the Bank of China head in Hong Kong.

So its Andrea's range in being able to develop profitable investments in both East and West which make her highly sought.
Especially amongst Billionaires! One of the world's top CFO's says Andrea has more experience than most CEO's in North America.

Photo by Robert Carpa

Pavilions on Queen's Quay in Downtown Toronto

One of my proudest professional achievements having developed 500,000 sq ft on the waterfront of Downtown Toronto.

The penthouse of this project was featured on the cover of Canadian Interior magazine in 2001 as "CANADA's BEST".


The team achieved 80% sell-out on the first day of pre-sale in a difficult market.

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Filminute UK

Photographed here in Fall 2005 at the Tate Modern in London celebrating their collaberation on Filminute.com

Moses Znaimner

Women Who Make It Happen -
Carmen Ruiz y Laza, Patricia Dunn and Andrea Eng

Media guru MOSES ZNAIMNER caught up with Andrea in ~June 2006 to promote his IdeaCity06.

Hosted by Eric Savics pictured here with Nancy Parry (aka Mrs. Malcolm Parry Vancouver Sun)