Vancouver Density

Densifying Vancouver's Side Streets is Next Phase in Creating Affordable Housing

Nic Paolella | Posted 06.05.2015 | Canada British Columbia
Nic Paolella

For decades, new development in this city has been isolated to busy main streets and transit corridors and while these are logical areas for growth, it hasn't created a large enough land supply to meet the demand for housing while also driving the price of land to astronomical levels.

Vancouver Architects Create A Lot With A Little

The Huffington Post B.C. | Sara Harowitz | Posted 10.10.2014 | Canada British Columbia

When you think of an attic, what do you see? Probably something like this: But what if instead, it could look something like this? T...

Stop Fighting Higher, Denser Developments, Vancouver

Michael Hungerford | Posted 04.20.2014 | Canada British Columbia
Michael Hungerford

For such a real estate rich city, Vancouverites have some fairly backwards attitudes, witnessed most recently in the vehement and emotional outbursts opposing high-density developments along transit lines. But what's wrong with a 20-storey tower? We need to think bigger and higher because in 20 years, we'll be standing outside the station on Cambie and looking at little 4-storey buildings and asking why we didn't.

Re-defining the D-Word: 'Density Done Well' in Vancouver

Brent Toderian | Posted 04.25.2013 | Canada British Columbia
Brent Toderian

Density can be the most controversial aspect of how cities and communities are planned. But smart and successful cities worldwide are now tackling "the D-Word" head on, and looking to model cities who have learned how to do density well, often with the scars to show for it. Vancouver is such a city.