Housing markets in Australia are, as we know, a problem, but they are a particular problem for families with young children who don’t want to be sentenced to outer suburbia to find a home. They would prefer to be close to the city centre, to entertainments and amenities, and they would prefer to have short distances to travel. Thus we have seen the rise of vertical family living, the increase in the number of families with small children occupying apartments in high-rise buildings close to the city centre. And with this increase comes the demand that developers create buildings with such families in mind, so that they provide parks, childcare, all the things that young children need. The vertical family has moved in to an apartment near you.