125 new affordable homes will help families and people in need in Burnaby.
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.
Derby Manor is a six-storey affordable rental housing project in Burnaby.
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.
100 units of new low- and moderate-income rental housing coming to Coquitlam.
In respect of kʷikʷəƛ̓əm’s ancestral history on the Lands, BC Housing affirms kʷikʷəƛ̓əm as a partner in the stewardship of – and future planning for – the site. As an act of reconciliation, that the land should formally be given a traditional name. The name səmiq̓ʷəʔelə (The Place of the Great Blue Heron) was given by the kʷikʷəƛ̓əm membership, based on memories and accounts of the area as a heron roosting grounds.
Snuneymuxw First Nation, BC Housing, the City of Nanaimo and Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools – collectively known as the Knowledge Partners – have come together to create a plan to redevelop the properties at 564 Fifth Street, 502 & 505 Howard Avenue.
26 new units of independent seniors living in Okanagan Falls, BC
This project involves the construction of a 56-unit wood frame building with a client focus of families and single working individuals of low to moderate income.
BC Housing will be redeveloping Harbour View Gardens in Prince Rupert in order to create more affordable housing for families and individuals.
BC Housing, through the Provincial Rental Housing Corporation, has purchased the property at 420 Downie Street in Revelstoke to develop affordable housing.
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.
A new four-storey apartment complex in Saanich will create more affordable rental homes for seniors, adults with disabilities and families.
Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside will have an additional 104 units of non-market housing once construction is complete on a new 11-storey building at 288/292 East Hastings.
Over 100 new homes are planned in the Downtown Eastside for Indigenous individuals and families.
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.
New Jubilee House opened its doors in downtown Vancouver in summer 2016, providing 162 homes for low-income residents and seniors.
BC Housing is launching a multi-phase planning, engagement and design process that will establish a plan to redevelop Skeena Terrace.
The SRO Renewal Initiative (SRI) was created to renovate 13 single-room-occupancy (SROs) hotels in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, Chinatown, and Gastown areas. The project helped address the issue of homelessness in Vancouver and preserve affordable housing. These renovated units now provide safe and affordable accommodations for approximately 900 individuals at risk of homelessness.
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.
The project at 330 Goldstream Avenue is using the Lean Project Delivery method to build 102 affordable rentals for seniors, adults with disabilities, and families. View the live webcam to watch the building being constructed in real time.