Vancouver, East King Edward Avenue at Knight Street - Supportive Housing

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New warm, safe homes with supports on East King Edward Avenue at Knight Street

Vancouver is in a housing crisis and more than 2,000 people across the city of Vancouver are experiencing homelessness.

Creating warm, safe homes with supports for people who are at risk or are experiencing homelessness in our communities continues to be a top priority for BC Housing and the City of Vancouver.

The new building proposed at 1406 and 1410 E King Edward Ave would be 12 storeys and provide approximately 90 studio homes with supports for single adults, seniors and people with disabilities who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness in the local community.

  • All units would be studio apartments with a private bathroom and kitchen
  • At least 5% of the homes would be fully accessible
  • The building would also include amenities such as laundry, a dining area, program space, and an underground parkade

Moving forward at 1406 and 1410 E King Edward Ave

BC Housing and the City are committed to moving forward with a rezoning application to develop this specific site.

Through the City of Vancouver’s development process, we invite community feedback on aspects of the development proposal, including:

  • Building and site design elements, such as lighting and landscaping
  • Local representation for the Community Advisory Committee
  • Ideas for how to support the success of the building

As with any other development in Vancouver, information about a building’s future residents such as their race, gender, level of income, private healthcare needs, or sexual orientation does not factor into City Council’s decision to approve a site.

Opportunities for community input

Community input and questions can be submitted at any time by emailing communityliaison@bchousing.org or calling 604-829-9321

Public comment period
The public comment period was live from March 1 to March 31. If you have any additional comments please complete the form below or if you have questions please email or call the Community Liaison.

Neighbourhood Dialogue Sessions
Neighbours in direct proximity to the proposed homes are invited to learn more through a virtual small group dialogue session.

If interested, please sign up for one of the following sessions:

* The same information will be presented at all sessions



New warm, safe homes with supports on East King Edward Avenue at Knight Street

Vancouver is in a housing crisis and more than 2,000 people across the city of Vancouver are experiencing homelessness.

Creating warm, safe homes with supports for people who are at risk or are experiencing homelessness in our communities continues to be a top priority for BC Housing and the City of Vancouver.

The new building proposed at 1406 and 1410 E King Edward Ave would be 12 storeys and provide approximately 90 studio homes with supports for single adults, seniors and people with disabilities who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness in the local community.

  • All units would be studio apartments with a private bathroom and kitchen
  • At least 5% of the homes would be fully accessible
  • The building would also include amenities such as laundry, a dining area, program space, and an underground parkade

Moving forward at 1406 and 1410 E King Edward Ave

BC Housing and the City are committed to moving forward with a rezoning application to develop this specific site.

Through the City of Vancouver’s development process, we invite community feedback on aspects of the development proposal, including:

  • Building and site design elements, such as lighting and landscaping
  • Local representation for the Community Advisory Committee
  • Ideas for how to support the success of the building

As with any other development in Vancouver, information about a building’s future residents such as their race, gender, level of income, private healthcare needs, or sexual orientation does not factor into City Council’s decision to approve a site.

Opportunities for community input

Community input and questions can be submitted at any time by emailing communityliaison@bchousing.org or calling 604-829-9321

Public comment period
The public comment period was live from March 1 to March 31. If you have any additional comments please complete the form below or if you have questions please email or call the Community Liaison.

Neighbourhood Dialogue Sessions
Neighbours in direct proximity to the proposed homes are invited to learn more through a virtual small group dialogue session.

If interested, please sign up for one of the following sessions:

* The same information will be presented at all sessions


Please share comments with project team.

If you have a comment about the proposed supportive housing project, please complete the form below.

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