Vancouver's Mount Pleasant Protests New Neighbourhood Plan

More than 100 Vancouver residents turned out for a community workshop to discuss the pros and cons of a developer's proposal for a residential-retail development at Kingsway and Broadway in Vancouver's Mount Pleasant. 

The City of Vancouver hosted the workshop, which highlighted the Mt. Pleasant Counity Plan, allowing for three tall buildings near the intersection of Broadway and Main Street, which the plan labels Uptown.

Rize Alliance Properties Ltd presented details of its proposed development for the trapezoid-shaped block bounded by Broadway, Kingsway, E. 10th Avenue and Watson Street.

The community plan callas for a landmark building on West Broadway and Kingsway to be 26 storeys but some of the residents say no to a rezoning application.

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