Originally Posted by Tropics
That is a tricky spot to redevelop like that. There are quite afew historic buildings along there and the character of that road is dependent on them. I don't think you will see the north side of Memorial redeveloped much in your lifetime except for renovations of historic buildings into higher end condos and filling in the gaps between the historic buildings with expensive character condo's that suit the street.
I don't think it will EVER become tall condo complexes right along there.
Sure it will, as developable land becomes scarce (we're talking 40 - 50 years down the road), Sunnyside, Hillhurst, Bridgeland will all see denser development. You are already starting to see the beginning of that area become a dense, innercity neighbourhood. I doubt it will be tall like the CBD isl, but probably fairly dense.