Strict heritage protection laws and strong public opposition to anything that diminishes the city's heritage ensure just about everything in the old town area of St. John's (capital of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador) is built to resemble traditional architecture. Here are a few examples:
Some of these buildings aren't actually old but are in-fill developments:
These houses are brand new (not even sold yet) but are built in a traditional style:
These houses, as well, are brand new:
This development looks like a modern condo from the back (facing the sea) but a more traditional one from the front (facing the city).
Many of these homes in the historic Battery neighbourhood aren't actually old:
These houses, also built in a traditional style, are new as well: