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Stereotyping Vancouver Neighbourhoods; Transformable Space; Micro Dwellings

Here now, this week's latest and greatest from our friends over at Curbed Vancouver: Vancouver-Map-e1384364463347.png

COOL MAP THING: From the "lesbian hipsters" on Commercial Drive, to the "students meet nudist hippies on a rocky land" over at the UBC/Wreck Beach 'hood, this map is stereotyping Vancouver one neighbourhood at a time.

MICRO-DWELLING: Bosa Properties unveiled world's first transformable space housing concept. Think movable walls, beds that transform into couches, and more.

ADVENTURES IN RECYCLING: A new North Vancouver art gallery might be built out of crumbled up aluminum. How resourceful.

HOUSE OF THE DAY: Custom built Bowen Island home swims into the luxury market.

THAT'S RATHER EXPENSIVE: Is land value all that matters when purchasing a home in Vancouver? This $2M home in Shaughnessy seems to think so.

NEW TO THE MARKET: Kerrisdale modern home hits the market at $8M.