A rezoning application has been filed for the redevelopment of the Alice Saunders House in east Vancouver, at Renfrew and Venables.
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.
An affordable housing project is slated for a vacant lot on East Hastings near Glen Drive on the edge of the Downtown Eastside.
Ryder Architecture has designed a two-building, affordable housing project to replace the Loyal Orange Manor and Edward Byers House on East 12th Avenue.
Darwin Construction’s development in North Vancouver, which will see the replacement of the Harry Jerome Recreation Centre, continues to advance, with the announcement of new seniors housing.
A new home for LGBTQ resource centre QMUNITY as well social housing and commercial space are slated for the corner of Davie and Burrard.
The Salvation Army Harbour Light is planning to move across the street and into a new, nine-storey mixed use building.
After years of tussles with the owners of the Balmoral and Regent Hotels in the Downtown Eastside, the city has voted to approve expropriation of the properties, and pay the owners one dollar ($1) per building.
The location of the tower has been shifted 21 metres north from the original application, to help reduce any shadowing on a nearby park, as well as mitigating impacts to views from adjacent residential towers.
Kingsway and Windsor in East Vancouver will soon see the addition of a 12-storey apartment building with 88 social housing units.
An 11-storey social housing building with an integrated healing centre is slated for the corner of East Hastings and Columbia in the Downtown Eastside.
A surface parking lot at Main and Powell on the edge of Gastown will soon be home to six-storeys of micro-dwellings.
A slender, seven-storey building with social housing and market rental is planned for East Hastings Street in the Downtown Eastside.
Phase three of the Oakridge redevelopment by Westbank and QuadReal includes social housing and a five-storey community centre.
Construction is underway at East 6th and Main Street on a 9-storey project with 145 affordable rental apartments, most of which will be rented at 30 per cent below Vancouver’s median household income.
A dramatic design for a 60-storey tower designed by IBI Group overlooking Nelson Park in the West End has been unveiled.