I like the scales of buildings Bridgeland is already using, although some taller buildings (12-15 floors) along Edmonton Trail would be a good fit. Buildings in the 3-6 floor range on the north side of 1st avenue would do a great job of filling out the neighborhood.It's remarkable how Bridgeland is poppin off. Out of curiosity, what would be the highest you'd allow buildings to be built in Bridgeland if it were up to you? and same question but for Kensington. Me personally, I'd like to see a little more height across the river, I've always thought cities that have rivers snake their way through a sea of high rises looked neat.
West Hillhurst along 19th street would also be an area that could be modeled after Kensington. Too bad Kensington road west of 14th is such a backwards disaster, there could have been a nice corridor tying 10th street hub to the upcoming 19th street hub.I think the buildings in Bridgeland and Kensington are just about right. There are a few spots in each neighborhood where you could get away with something a bit taller 12-15 floors, but for the most part the density is well done in each neighborhood. Rather than go taller in each neighborhood, I'd like to see their current make-up repeated in other nearby neighborhoods (renfrew, Capitol Hill etc..)