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.
A seven-storey social housing building will replace the Powell Street Gateway Resource Centre, formerly known as the Living Room, next to Oppenheimer Park.
An affordable housing project is slated for a vacant lot on East Hastings near Glen Drive on the edge of the Downtown Eastside.
A one-storey building at the corner of Alexander and Jackson in Railtown will soon be replaced by a modern, mixed-use six-storey building.
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.
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 slender, seven-storey building with social housing and market rental is planned for East Hastings Street in the Downtown Eastside.
Vancouver-based GBL Architects is celebrating the completion of Strathcona Village — a 300,000 sq ft. mixed-use light industrial, office and residential development on East Hastings Street.
The Union Gospel Mission broke ground on the largest expansion in 78 years, at the site of its $35.5 million new ‘Women and Families Centre.’
Onni Group has applied to rezone their property at East Hastings and Clark Drive in east Vancouver with a mix of market and social housing.
Two proposed non-market housing developments in the Downtown Eastside will add a total 75 new units to the neighbourhood around Oppenheimer Park. DYS Architecture has designed a six-storey building for the Lookout Housing and Health Society at 545 East Cordova Street, across from the Union Gospel Mission recovery centre, which will soon be redeveloped and […]
A 13-storey affordable housing development on East Hastings Street, on the former site of the United We Can bottle depot, is ready to open its doors to its first residents. The building, named Olivia Skye, consists of 198 studio and junior one-bedroom suites. Fifty-two of the units rent at B.C.’s welfare shelter rate, 68 units rent […]
A unique, mixed-use building is proposed for Railway Street in the emerging Railtown neighbourhood in the Downtown Eastside. The building, developed by Rendition Developments and Omicron, is called the Maker Exchange. The seven-storey building is permitted under the area’s industrial (I-4) zoning. The building will contain the following: Manufacturing uses on the first through sixth floors; […]
A revised proposal for a 10-storey social housing building at 58 West Hastings in Downtown Eastside is going before the city. The new building will contain seven floors of social housing, three floors (70,000 sq ft.) of medical office space, and retail units on West Hastings Street. The site is currently a vacant lot, most […]