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How cities can unlock the potential of laneway housing

By Shelagh McCartney, Associate Professor, Urban and Regional Planning, Ryerson University
Ellen Molloy, Master of Urban Development Student, Ryerson University
Ely DeSandoli, Master of Urban Development Student, Ryerson University
Frances Grout-Brown, Master of Urban Development Student, Ryerson University
Laura Lebel-Pantazopoulos, Master of Urban Development Student, Ryerson University
Paul Arkilander, Masters student, Urban and Regional Planning, Ryerson University
Puneh Jamshidi-Moghadam, Master of Urban Development Student, Ryerson University
Riley Malthaner, Master of Urban Development Student, Ryerson University
Sally Nicholson, Master of Urban Development Student, Ryerson University
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Laneway suites could increase rental stock in established neighbourhoods without affecting their character. Toronto has lagged behind other cities in Canada and North America.


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