Skeena Terrace, an aging, 1960s-era CHMC social housing complex in east Vancouver, will soon be redeveloped by the provincial government through BC Housing.
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.
Anthem Properties is planning a 44-storey condo tower at Wilson and Central Blvd. in Burnaby, near the Patterson SkyTrain station.
Brightside Homes is partnering with Wall Financial Corp. and BC Housing to construct a new social housing building in Mount Pleasant.
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.
Brightside is partnering with Wall Financial and BC Housing to replace the Mount Pleasant Lions Manor with 82 new affordable rentals.
Anthem Properties is planning a 43-storey residential tower at the corner of Willingdon and Maywood in Burnaby.
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.
A proposal for a 35-storey tower at 75A Avenue and 120th Street in North Delta has been revised to include affordable home ownership options in partnership with BC Housing.
Developer Modern Green Canada is preparing to submit a rezoning application for the Oakridge Transit Centre site, which could see up to 1,425 homes.
A new addictions treatment centre and affordable housing complex on city-owned land at East 1st Avenue and Clark Drive will go to an open house June 11th. The 131,234 sq ft., eight-storey mixed-use building will include: 60-100 units of affordable rental housing 54,896 sq ft. healthcare facility providing addictions treatment programs including on-site and out-patient […]