A Vancouver House Connects a Family

A Vancouver House Connects a Family

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By Deborah Bishop
Generations come together in a pair of homes on a single property in Vancouver.

Snow-capped mountains, water views, urban art and culture, ridiculously nice people—the very things that make Vancouver a desirable place to live have also created a housing crunch. In response, city leaders have enacted strategies aimed at increasing density, such as allowing residents to build laneway houses—small backyard abodes that open onto the narrow lanes that run between city blocks.

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