It is the end of the year, a time to reminisce and the time for a new category of awards, that in honour of Gordon Price I would like to call “The Gordies”.
The Gordies are awards for the good, the bad, the ugly, and the just plain memorable Metro Vancouver planning and transportation moments of 2015.
Gordon Price is a champion of open discussion on all things urban and moving in Metro Vancouver on Price Tags. Price Tags has documented an eventful year with the defeat of the Transportation Referendum, the unveiling of the new Vancouver Art Gallery Design, the Massey Bridge, and many other stories. What has most inspired and what has most dismayed you in 2015 in Metro Vancouver?
To get started, I am attaching from Curb.com the New York City Annual Curbed Awards, handed out to the “most deserving people, places and things in the real estate, architecture and neighbourhood universes of New York City”.
Please send your nominations for the Gordies in the following Greater Vancouver categories:
The Good: Best Metro Vancouver architecture/planning/transportation story of the year with a happy ending.
The Bad: Metro Vancouver architecture/planning/transportation story of the year on the not so happy spectrum.
The Ugly or Most Puzzling: Most overrated or questionable architecture/planning/transportation story of the year.
Please comment below or send your missives to PT.Guested@gmail.com