I couldn't find the link, but I did find this...it compares a neighbourhood in Vancouver to the rest of the city, thus revealing the statistics.
This following article states that 34% of the Vancouver housing stock is less than 5 story apartments.
And the chart that accompanies it states that 56% of Vancouverites live in apartments...Therefore does that not mean that 22% of Vancouverites live in 5+ story apartments?
64% of all Hastings-North dwelling units are apartments, while only 4% are semi-detached and 32% are detached housing. Figure 11 illustrates. The dominant dwelling type in the Hastings-North area is apartments less than five stories. Hastings-North has a greater percentage (41%) of this type of housing as compared with the Vancouver average (34%
); however, it has slightly less than the GVRD average (43%). Many large, formerly single-family homes have been converted to multiple apartments.
Densification in the Hastings-North catchment area is expected to continue. New residential 4-storey residential developments with commercial ground floor units are occurring along Hastings. In addition, some conversion from single-family detached housing to attached and apartments is taking place north of Hastings between Nanaimo and Semlin where RM-3A zoning exists. For example, 2000 Franklin (formerly 2010 and 2018) is under development as a 10-unit townhouse complex.
Current market conditions and predictions for the foreseeable future indicate that this form of redevelopment likely will continue to take palace for several more years.