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Vancouver eyes easing rules on size of buildings

Plan would loosen limit on structures’ footprint downtown

By , Columbian staff writer
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The Vancouver City Council on Monday night took the first step to loosen restrictions on the size of building footprints in downtown Vancouver.

Under the current code, buildings in downtown Vancouver taller than 100 feet or a separate threshold — which varies by location — cannot have floors larger than 12,000 square feet above those heights.

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