Traditional Rowhouses

Description: A single row of attached housing units with separate front and rear entrances. The homes may be individually owned or strata-titled. They usually have individual garages or parking areas on the lane. Front yards would have the same depth as a new single family house, building depth could be slightly longer. Each rowhouse unit would be about 15’ wide so that six would fit on an assembly of three 33’ lots. Each unit would have about 1,200 to 2,400 square feet of floorspace.

Survey of 809 West 23rd becoming 6 strata titled (10 units) in the form of a traditional Rowhouse building with two infill buildings.

The Riley Park South Cambie Community Vision report (Approved by City Council November 2005) seeks to maintain and strengthen the community’s identity in the face of considerable change. Section 15. New Housing Types in the area. The question you are about to answer is seeking your input regarding the 809 West 23rd Rezoning application although this application is based on rezoning under section 13. Retaining Heritage. The city planner Michelle McGuire is seeking community input and this survey response will be emailed directly to Michelle McGuire.
  • As a resident of Douglas Park, are you opposed to, in favour of or unsure of 809 West 23rd becoming a 6 strata titled (10 units) in the form of a traditional Rowhouse building with two infill buildings.
  • Enter the last 4 digits of your phone number (optional) to validate your opinion.

http://vancouver.ca/docs/planning/riley-park-south-cambie-community-vision-full-report.pdf