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Laneway Homes Made Of Glass Brick; Bike Bar On Main

This week's top stories over at Curbed Vancouver, a neighbourhoods and real estate blog.
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ARCHITECTURAL CRAZINESS: Would you live in a glass house? A local architect is proposing a new design to the popular laneway housing trend. The façade is made of glass brick and it supposedly private. We're not convinced.

FUN WITH URBAN PLANNING: Vancouver might be getting North America's first ever 'bike bar' - no, cocktails will not be served.

LOFT LIFE: We found this Seymour Street loft with massive windows and drool-worthy downtown views. Best part? It's priced very reasonably at $448K. Check it out here.

NEW TO MARKET: This South Granville gem hit the market at $969K. Townhouses like these rarely become available and we know why. Built in 1912, the suite oozes with old world charm but also a ton of modern features. Hello heated floors. Check it out here.