Vancouver’s First Co-housing Complex Moves Closer to Becoming a Reality

By Sadiya Ansari, Globe and Mail
February 13, 2013

Vancouver is one step closer to approving development of its first co-housing complex, following in the footsteps of Langley, Burnaby and North Vancouver – a move that could expand the possibilities of home ownership in Canada’s most expensive housing market. City council voted on Tuesday to send a rezoning request to public hearing, which could permit the proposed three-storey, 31-unit co-housing development to be built in the Kensington-Cedar Cottage neighbourhood. This would be the first project to be approved under the city’s Interim Rezoning Policy, which aims to increase affordable housing choices. More …

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