I’m just spent several days there, where everywhere we went there were people walking, even at 11 on a Sunday night.
When Americans see the Vancouver skyline, they assume most of the skyscrapers are office buildings, but in fact, most are residential. The new towers are everywhere, even in the financial district and old town. The prices and rents are also sky-high, to the extent that friends who work in the real estate industry there say the center city is getting hollowed out, with only professionals and the rich living there. Question: Will places like this become more residential than jobs-oriented?