York is somewhat of a 'pioneer' neighbourhood. In 1967 row housing units in Edmonton's first condominium complex were offered for sale in the neighbourhood. During the population boom of the 1960s, developers could not build single homes fast enough to meet demand, and concerns about urban sprawl were paramount. The inclusion of condominiums may have been an experiment, but it was a cautious one -- the single detached house still dominates.
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