INFOGRAPHIC: The business of bikes and parking

EDITOR’S NOTE: There has been some debate about whether bike lanes on Bloor would hurt or harm businesses. Spacing is republishing... Read More

Breaking the Grid: Edmonton’s City Beautiful Plan

Until around the mid-twentieth century, almost all subdivision plans for Edmonton were conceived as a traditional grid of streets and... Read More

Book Review: Scaling Infrastructure

Author: MIT Center for Advanced Urbanism (Princeton Architectural Press, 2016) The MIT Center for Advanced Urbanism (CAU) holds a... Read More

Towers in Communities: How High is Too High?

My Vancouver eastside neighbourhood of Commercial Drive was featured in the media recently for opposing another “high-rise” tower... Read More

Book Review—Draw It: Tools, Techniques, and Methods

Author: Lynn Craig with Cary Perkins (ORO Editions, 2015) Draw It: Tools, Techniques, and Methods teaches the user how to draw... Read More

Vancouver Neighbourhood Population Change, 1971-2006

Cities are constantly transforming. Although we often focus on the most visible signs of change—new buildings and reconstructed public... Read More

Events—Shaping Vancouver 2016: Our Neighbourhoods, Conversation 1, April 13th

What’s a Neighbourhood? Djavad Mowafaghian World Art Centre, Goldcorp Centre for the Arts (SFU Woodward’s 149 West... Read More

Video Vancouver: Downtown Vancouver Re-Imagined

What will downtown Vancouver be like in 2040? The Downtown Vancouver BIA asked over 11,000 people who live, work, and visit downtown... Read More

Release: City of Vancouver releases comprehensive study on empty homes

Via: City of Vancouver Responding to public concerns that empty homes could be impacting housing affordability and neighbourhood... Read More

Release: City of Vancouver and CP agree to creation of the Arbutus Greenway

Via: City of Vancouver, March 7 2016 “Thanks to this landmark agreement, the City will be able to transform the area into an... Read More