Vancouver – 1025 Granville

The Hostelling International on Granville.

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The Province, through BC Housing, has purchased the 77-room Hostelling International property at 1025 Granville Street as part of a long-term plan to provide safe homes with supports as BC Housing and the City of Vancouver take collective action to address the critical needs of people experiencing homelessness in Vancouver. The Government of Canada is providing funding for this project through the Rapid Housing Initiative (RHI), an initiative of the National Housing Strategy.

BC Housing is currently leasing the property at 1025 Granville Street with the Community Builders Benevolence Group operating the supportive housing. The Community Builders Group will continue to operate the building, which includes providing supports such as meals, connection to health services, harm reduction and client-focused programs. A tenant support worker will work closely with tenants to assist them with life skills. The site will continue to have 24/7 staffing to provide security to residents of the building and the surrounding neighbourhood.

BC Housing is engaging with the community through the online Let’s Talk tool below and invite the community to learn more about the project and address questions that neighbours may have about supportive housing being operated at the site. Questions and comments can also be sent to: communityrelations@bchousing.org

Image courtesy of Google Maps.

The Province, through BC Housing, has purchased the 77-room Hostelling International property at 1025 Granville Street as part of a long-term plan to provide safe homes with supports as BC Housing and the City of Vancouver take collective action to address the critical needs of people experiencing homelessness in Vancouver. The Government of Canada is providing funding for this project through the Rapid Housing Initiative (RHI), an initiative of the National Housing Strategy.

BC Housing is currently leasing the property at 1025 Granville Street with the Community Builders Benevolence Group operating the supportive housing. The Community Builders Group will continue to operate the building, which includes providing supports such as meals, connection to health services, harm reduction and client-focused programs. A tenant support worker will work closely with tenants to assist them with life skills. The site will continue to have 24/7 staffing to provide security to residents of the building and the surrounding neighbourhood.

BC Housing is engaging with the community through the online Let’s Talk tool below and invite the community to learn more about the project and address questions that neighbours may have about supportive housing being operated at the site. Questions and comments can also be sent to: communityrelations@bchousing.org

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  • I live in the building I just had a staff member bang on my door 1100 at night to take the last painting down that I had put up to brighten up the place I asked him to leave as I was busy with a whole bunch stuff on my lap he continues to pound my door and stays there after I tell him I'm going to take it down he threatened me that he was going g to write me up and call the cops that's just pure harassment nobody have have to ever deal with the landlord banging at that time.e of night not to mention simply a door man up in my face the he started on a guy down the hall

    Ti.m asked 3 months ago

    Please contact your rental operator, Community Builders Group (CBG) during business hours to discuss.