Andy Yan
September 2013
Should the corner store and coffee house
return to residential neighbourhoods?
Data Source:City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue
With either “market” or “grocery”
in the name or trade name of
their bus...
Neighborhood Corner Stores in the City of Vancouver
Data Source:City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue
Of 180 Grocery Store...
Chain Coffee Houses in the City of Vancouver
Data Source: City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue
85 Outlets
26 Outlets
26 O...
Chain Coffee Houses in the City of Vancouver
Data Source: City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue
186 outlets spread
over 8 ...
Independent Coffee Houses in the City of Vancouver
Data Source: City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue
198 Independent Coff...
Independent and Chain Coffee Houses in the City of Vancouver
Data Source: City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue
35% of Ind...
C-1 Zoning in the City of Vancouver
Data Source: Local Areas, City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue
“Sites zoned C-1 gener...
C-1 Zoning in Context
Data Source: Local Areas, City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue
11%
10%
10%
8%
8%
7%
5%
4%
3%
3%
31%
Health Services
Retail Dealer
Limited Service Food Establishment
Office
Retail Dealer...
2013 Assessment Values for Properties in C-1 Zones
Data Source: Local Areas, City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue
• 338 p...
2013 Property Tax Rates in the City of Vancouver
Data Source: City of Vancouver
2013 Total Levies
per $1,000 taxable
value...
2013 Property Tax Rates in the City of Vancouver, Surrey, Burnaby,
and Richmond
Data Source: City of Vancouver, Surrey, Ri...
Average and Median Household Incomes in the City of Vancouver
All incomes have been inflation indexed to the 2006 Census
D...
Should the corner store and coffee house
return to residential neighbourhoods?
Can the corner store and coffee house
return to residential neighbourhoods?
Andy Yan BTAworks SFU City Conversation Sept 2013
Andy Yan BTAworks SFU City Conversation Sept 2013
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Andy Yan BTAworks SFU City Conversation Sept 2013

  1. 1. Andy Yan September 2013 Should the corner store and coffee house return to residential neighbourhoods?
  2. 2. Data Source:City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue With either “market” or “grocery” in the name or trade name of their business license: 35 “corner groceries” Neighborhood Corner Stores in the City of Vancouver
  3. 3. Neighborhood Corner Stores in the City of Vancouver Data Source:City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue Of 180 Grocery Stores/Markets, 17 (9%) were in Single Family Zone 18 (9%) were in Multi Family Zones 155 (82%) were in Non-Residential Zones
  4. 4. Chain Coffee Houses in the City of Vancouver Data Source: City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue 85 Outlets 26 Outlets 26 Outlets 11 Outlets 10 Outlets 10 Outlets 8 Outlets 7 Outlets
  5. 5. Chain Coffee Houses in the City of Vancouver Data Source: City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue 186 outlets spread over 8 major chains (>5 outlets)
  6. 6. Independent Coffee Houses in the City of Vancouver Data Source: City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue 198 Independent Coffee Houses in the City of Vancouver
  7. 7. Independent and Chain Coffee Houses in the City of Vancouver Data Source: City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue 35% of Independents versus 50% of Chains are in Downtown Vancouver
  8. 8. C-1 Zoning in the City of Vancouver Data Source: Local Areas, City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue “Sites zoned C-1 generally occur at major street intersections within residential neighbourhoods, and are intended to provide opportunities for small scale convenience commercial uses serving the local neighbourhoods and opportunities to increase housing choice within neighbourhoods.”
  9. 9. C-1 Zoning in Context Data Source: Local Areas, City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue
  10. 10. 11% 10% 10% 8% 8% 7% 5% 4% 3% 3% 31% Health Services Retail Dealer Limited Service Food Establishment Office Retail Dealer - Food Health and Beauty Restaurant Class 1 With Liquor Service Gasoline Station Restaurant Class 1 with No Liquor Service Financial Services Other (63) License Types Types of Business Licenses in C-1 Zoning Data Source: Local Areas, City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue 603 Business Licenses Located In C-1 Zoning
  11. 11. 2013 Assessment Values for Properties in C-1 Zones Data Source: Local Areas, City of Vancouver Open Data Catalogue • 338 properties • Average building age is 48 years old • Median building age is 47 years • Average 2013 Assessed Value: $1.9m • Median 2013 Assessed Value: $1.4m
  12. 12. 2013 Property Tax Rates in the City of Vancouver Data Source: City of Vancouver 2013 Total Levies per $1,000 taxable value Residential - Class 1 $3.79 Utilities - Class 2 $53.82 Supportive Housing - Class 3 $1.66 Major Industry - Class 4 $42.17 Light Industry - Class 5 $21.69 Business and Other - Class 6 $16.49 Recreational and Non-profit - Class 8 $5.65 Farm - Class 9 $9.20 Land assessment averaging between 2012, 2011, and 2010. ~$23,000 In taxes for the median C-1 property
  13. 13. 2013 Property Tax Rates in the City of Vancouver, Surrey, Burnaby, and Richmond Data Source: City of Vancouver, Surrey, Richmond, and Burnaby websites 2013 Total Levies per $1,000 Taxable Value Land Classification Vancouver Surrey Burnaby Richmond Residential - Class 1 $3.79 $4.60 $4.28 $4.17 Utilities - Class 2 $53.82 $50.47 $51.80 $57.36 Supportive Housing - Class 3 $1.66 $3.90 Major Industry - Class 4 $42.17 $20.59 $54.13 $19.89 Light Industry - Class 5 $21.69 $19.26 $22.46 $14.65 Business and Other - Class 6 $16.49 $15.01 $17.48 $15.64 Recreational and Non-profit - Class 8 $5.65 $6.13 $5.31 $5.79 Farm - Class 9 $9.20 $9.97 $16.84 $16.19 Ratio of Business to Residential Levies 4.35x 3.26x 4.08x 3.75x
  14. 14. Average and Median Household Incomes in the City of Vancouver All incomes have been inflation indexed to the 2006 Census Data Source: 1981, 1986,1991, 2001, and 2006 Canadian Censuses 1981 1986 1991 1996 2001 2006 Average Household Income $60,229 $54,792 $61,497 $58,589 $64,750 $68,271 Median Household Income $47,919 $41,710 $46,408 $43,307 $46,985 $47,299 $- $10,000 $20,000 $30,000 $40,000 $50,000 $60,000 $70,000 $80,000 HouseholdIncome
  15. 15. Should the corner store and coffee house return to residential neighbourhoods?
  16. 16. Can the corner store and coffee house return to residential neighbourhoods?

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