Recent Articles in ‘UDI’
From density to transit, a look back and look ahead
It pays to become engaged in a city’s planning process.
A strong economy offers Metro Vancouver homebuyers a reason for optimism.
Urban Development Institute believes that high-density development around transit is key to the city’s evolution.
The Hotel Georgia redevelopment and UniverCity Childcare Centre demonstrate ways in which developers contribute to our cities and our neighbourhoods.
Often misunderstood by the very community to which they contribute, developers build parks, daycares and social housing, upgrade roads, finance art and libraries – and much, much more.
three industry professionals gaze into their crystal balls to consider what’s ahead this year for real estate in the Lower Mainland
2013 forecast: Another business-as-usual year for housing in B.C. and Metro Vancouver.
2012 project winners celebrate contributions to urban living
How to break the cycle of disadvantage in Vancouver’s downtown eastside
The following eight highrises are finalists for the Vancouver Sun Readers’ Choice Award:
Renewing our Cities: The Strata Stepping Stone
The UDI invites everyone to offer their opinions and suggestions online as to how we can provide more homes and ease housing affordability in Metro Vancouver.
Metro Vancouver’s fast growing population is expected to encompass an additional 1.1 million people by 2040.
It’s not that difficult to address the high cost of Vancouver housing, says the Urban Development Institute. It just takes some political coordination and willingness.