GBL Architects’ design for a 9-storey social housing building near Commercial Drive is inspired by the Coast Salish basket weaving tradition.
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 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.
The unique four-storey building will consist of 13 one-bedroom and 37 two and three-bedroom homes, and creative/production space.
A rezoning application has been filed for the redevelopment of the Alice Saunders House in east Vancouver, at Renfrew and Venables.
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.