S.U.C.C.E.S.S. is planning two six-storey buildings of social housing on a plot of green space on East Hastings, just east of Boundary Road.
Social and co-op housing in Vancouver
Developments with social housing components and co-operative housing, supported by various levels of government in the City of Vancouver.
A new school in Coal Harbour, with a childcare facility and social housing above it, is moving forward 24 years after it was first conceived.
A new First United Church is in the works for the corner of East Hastings and Gore in the heart of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
A 40-storey social housing tower with cultural spaces for the Ismaili community is slated for the corner of Richards and Drake streets.
Brightside Community Homes Foundation is planning the redevelopment of MacLeod Manor on French Street in Marpole.
A rezoning for the Aaron Webster Housing Co-operative proposes adding a six-storey co-op housing building at East Pender and Victoria Drive.
Atira Women’s Resource Society is planning a new social housing building at East Hastings and Hawks, designed by Boni Maddison Architects.
One of the largest redevelopment projects in downtown Vancouver history, the Plaza of Nations heads to the DPB on August 4, 2020. In preparation, new renderings and details of this exciting project have been released.
Two 14-storey towers with social and rental housing, plus shelter space, are proposed next to the East Hastings Street/Raymur overpass in the Downtown Eastside.
GBL Architects’ design for a 9-storey social housing building near Commercial Drive is inspired by the Coast Salish basket weaving tradition.
A seven-storey social housing building will replace the Powell Street Gateway Resource Centre, formerly known as the Living Room, next to Oppenheimer Park.
A mid-century inspired residential tower is proposed for Barclay and Thurlow in Vancouver’s West End, designed by ACDF and IBI Group.
Redevelopment plans for the Oakridge Transit Centre have been revised, with additional height and density, and more commercial space.
Brightside Homes is partnering with Wall Financial Corp. and BC Housing to construct a new social housing building in Mount Pleasant.
A 60-storey tower at Nelson and Thurlow with $70 million worth of social housing units is on city council’s agenda for next week.