Seniors: In Development
The Cedar Place project is an innovative partnership between the province and private sector that has replaced an aging social housing development with new affordable housing, and will provide new affordable housing for seniors.
BC Housing and the City of Burnaby recognize the need for more affordable housing in Burnaby and are working in partnership to expand and revitalize the affordable housing stock. The Hall Tower buildings will be redeveloped to increase the amount of affordable housing
The Land Trust project aims to develop 358 units of housing. A partnership between the City of Vancouver, BC Housing and the Co-Operative Housing Federation of BC, together with Sanford Housing Society and Tikva Housing Society.
The new social housing building at the Little Mountain project site opened in 2015. This is the first part of one of B.C.’s larger social housing redevelopment projects.
The Province, the City of Nanaimo and the Board of Education of School District No. 68 have signed a new agreement to identify opportunities for housing, recreation and educational facilities on three adjacent parcels of publicly owned land at 502 and 505 Howard Ave., and 564 Fifth St.
Led by BC Housing, Nigel Valley’s five on-site housing and care operators have partnered to comprehensively consider the renewal and redevelopment of their lands within Saanich’s uptown core, directly adjacent to District Hall.
BC Housing, through the Provincial Rental Housing Corporation, has purchased the property at 420 Downie Street in Revelstoke to develop affordable housing.
Derby Manor is a six-storey affordable rental housing project in Burnaby.
New Jubilee House opened its doors in downtown Vancouver in summer 2016, providing 162 homes for low-income residents and seniors.
The former Remand Centre at the corner of Powell and Gore Streets in downtown Vancouver has been completely renovated to provide new homes for low-income adults and at-risk Indigenous youth.