Langford - 731 Station Avenue

Project Overview

We’re partnering with M’akola Housing Society to provide 40 affordable rental homes for low-income Indigenous families, Elders and singles in downtown Langford.Phase 2 at 731 Station Avenue, Langford will provide 40 new, affordable housing units for low-income urban Indigenous families, Elders and seniors

Date of Completion
February 2020

About the Project

Close to public transportation, schools and services in downtown Langford, Phase 2 at 731 Station Avenue will add 40 more new, affordable homes to this redevelopment project. The 6-storey wood-frame building also includes 60 housing units, Phase 1 of the project, also under construction. An $8-million investment from the Province’s Building BC Indigenous Housing Fund was provided to complete Phase 2. This project includes a mix of one, two and three-bedroom affordable rental units; 10% of all units are accessible for people with physical disabilities.  

Phase 2 has 33 resident parking spaces. Additional resident and commercial parking spaces were part of Phase 1 development. Ground-level office space for M’akola Development Services and Hulitan Family Community Services Society were delivered in Phase 1.  


This project provides affordable housing for Indigenous families, Elders and singles in downtown Langford. M’akola Housing Society (MHS) owns and will operate the site at 731 Station Avenue in partnership with BC Housing and Hulitan Family and Community Services, who provide culturally sensitive services and programs for Indigenous youth and families.

Web links

M’akola Housing Society:

Hulitan Family & Community Services Society: