Price Tags 104 – False Creek North

June 30, 2008 at 1:07 pm 1 comment

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PT 104

What do the residents of False Creek North think of living in one of the largest centrally located, high-density, pedestrian and family-oriented mixed-use neighbourhoods in the world?   

Hardly anyone thinks to ask the people who move in after a project is designed and built.  In this case, graduate students at UBC’s School of Community and Regional Planning, under the guidance of Professors Wendy Sarkassian and Larry Beasley, set off to find out how False Creek North is meeting the needs of those who call it home.  The good and the bad.

Based on the report – Living in False Creek North – this issue is a summary of their findings, extensively illustrated.


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  • 1. Patrick Lok  |  August 1, 2008 at 12:09 pm

    Thank you for linking to our website. We are currently holding a community challenge – asking the public throughout the province to submit their projects and solutions to help solve homelessness. The campaign is called “A Dozen Days, A Dozen Ways” and will be featured/aired in a 12-day countdown to Homelessness Action Week (Oct. 12-19).

    We will link to your blog from our “friends” page on the site (click on the colorful icon on the right side) Please let me know if you have any questions.

    Thank you!

    Patrick Lok

    Ethos Strategy Group
    Office: 778.786.2838
    Mobile: 604.999.8446

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