Vancouver - 3505 Kingsway

An old hotel building with the word "Hotel" painted on it.

Image courtesy of Google Maps.

Lu’ma Native Housing Society is purchasing the Deluxe Hotel, located at 3505 Kingsway in Vancouver, with supporting funds from the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia.

The 24-room building will be renovated and reopened as supportive housing for Indigenous residents, providing the Indigenous community with access safe and secure housing with culturally appropriate supports services.

Renovations will take place before anyone moves into the building. We anticipate people will start to move in early 2022.

Operator

Lu’ma Native Housing Society will be operating this site once open. Lu’ma has over 40 years of experience operating affordable housing and provides a broad range of services to Aboriginal families and individuals.

Lu’ma Native Housing Society, a non-profit housing provider, will own and operate the homes. Renovations to the building will begin immediately and are anticipated to complete by early 2022. Once operational, Lu’ma will have staff on site 24/7 to provide support services to residents including:

  • daily meal
  • Indigenous cultural programming
  • skills building
  • connections to community resources

This webpage will be updated as more information is available.

BC Housing invites the community to learn more about the project and are happy to 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.

Lu’ma Native Housing Society is purchasing the Deluxe Hotel, located at 3505 Kingsway in Vancouver, with supporting funds from the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia.

The 24-room building will be renovated and reopened as supportive housing for Indigenous residents, providing the Indigenous community with access safe and secure housing with culturally appropriate supports services.

Renovations will take place before anyone moves into the building. We anticipate people will start to move in early 2022.

Operator

Lu’ma Native Housing Society will be operating this site once open. Lu’ma has over 40 years of experience operating affordable housing and provides a broad range of services to Aboriginal families and individuals.

Lu’ma Native Housing Society, a non-profit housing provider, will own and operate the homes. Renovations to the building will begin immediately and are anticipated to complete by early 2022. Once operational, Lu’ma will have staff on site 24/7 to provide support services to residents including:

  • daily meal
  • Indigenous cultural programming
  • skills building
  • connections to community resources

This webpage will be updated as more information is available.

BC Housing invites the community to learn more about the project and are happy to 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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