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Again, considering our metro population, how large our downtwon skyline is, I think our suburbs are pretty amazing, especially considering we don'y just have 1 or 2 suburban skylines, but mane (Richmond, North Van, West Van, Metrotown, Brentwood, New Westminster, Surrey, Coquitlam, Lougheed Town Centre, Edmonds, even areas like Joyce.)
In the future Metro-Vancouver will be one super-dense Tokyo-like megalopolis with a dozen urban cores. Already today I love how the cityscape looks like from the top of the North Shore Mountains with several clusters rising around the urban area.
Continuum should have some shots outside the Vancouver Downtown to give us a peak into the future...
in 10 yrs, well, considering there iwll around 500k more ppl coming into the area, and land's gone out pretty much, unless they cultivate richmond's farm land, we'd see all condos, that will be pretty mad. i'd say another 300 more highrises? how would u distribute that, 100 each in vancouver, richmond, burnaby?
30 every yr, that is like 2 towers going up every month, or maybe i'm mad
So...any tenants? I'm just curious, that's all....
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