January 15th Public Hearing – The Choices of a New City Council – Seniors or Million Dollar Views? Are Rental Buildings Worth the Cost? & How Valuable are Community Plans?

January 15th, 2019 - Public Hearing The start of the new year marks the first time our new city council will host a public hearing, which could give us glimpse of their intentions for the next four years. Though some may believe non-market seniors housing, two simple 6 storey rental buildings on Hastings Street, and... Continue Reading →

Rental Homes and Local Stores- A Commitment to Community Values

3429 - 3469 Fraser Street In the lead up to this pre-application open house, I noted how this neighbourhood has some of Vancouver's trendiest restaurants, but is also struggling to maintain its identity as a home to hardworking blue collar individuals and families. Sometimes projects have a hard time relating to these areas, proposing large... Continue Reading →

June 5th Public Hearing : 3 Tales of Rental Housing, Criminals on Rupert, A Year Delay on Kingsway, and Homes for Seniors on Fraser + 10 Floors in Marpole

Obtainable housing will be the primary focus of Vancouver's upcoming public hearing, as three rental buildings, and a city-owned housing site for seniors are on the schedule. Unfortunately, all four have had their own difficulties during the rezoning process, with the last agenda item seeing particularly strong neighbourhood opposition. The proposals are: 1. 3510 Fraser St.... Continue Reading →

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