City of Vancouver plan would more than triple the number of homes in False Creek South

Plans for the future of 32 hectares in Vancouver’s False Creek neighbourhood are slowly, but surely, coming together, as city staff put forth a proposal Tuesday.  About 80 per cent of False Creek is owned by the City of Vancouver, and with leases on that land expiring in the next 15 to 25 years, the report says the city has the opportunity to renew the original plan for the neighbourhood first developed in the ’70s.  The report proposes that development in the area happen over two…


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