Victoria - 930/926 Pandora


BC Housing, The City of Victoria and the Capital Region Housing Corporation are working together to build approximately 220 new homes and a community centre at 930/926 Pandora Avenue.

The land is owned by the City of Victoria and will include approximately 19,000 square feet of community space on the ground floor. There are plans for a community centre with neighbourhood programs, a gymnasium, as well as childcare services.

The development will include 220 new non-market rental homes. These homes will be a mix of approximately 170 affordable rental housing units and up to 50 supportive housing units. The affordable rental homes will be operated by the Capital Region Housing Corporation. BC Housing will engage a non-profit operator to manage the supportive housing.

Housing with Supports

Supportive housing is a self-contained studio home with various support services provided on-site, to help people achieve and maintain housing stability. Supports could include:

  • outreach workers
  • life skills training
  • employment assistance
  • connection and referral to community services and support groups

Staff would be on-site 24/7 working with each resident to understand their needs and goals.

Applicants will go through an assessment process to make sure there is a mix of residents with the right supports. All residents will pay rent and sign a program agreement (similar to a tenancy agreement).

Development Process

This project is part of the City Housing Strategy aim to support the fast supply of affordable and supportive housing. The approximate 170 rental homes will be funded by the Province’s Building BC: Community Housing Fund. The 50 supportive housing units will be funded through the Supportive Housing Fund. BC Housing are responsible for the building of this project and will be engage with the community at various points throughout the development process.

Community Engagement

We understand it is important for you to be informed about the plan for this site. Please check back for regular updates.

We welcome questions and comments by email to: communityrelations@bchousing.org


BC Housing, The City of Victoria and the Capital Region Housing Corporation are working together to build approximately 220 new homes and a community centre at 930/926 Pandora Avenue.

The land is owned by the City of Victoria and will include approximately 19,000 square feet of community space on the ground floor. There are plans for a community centre with neighbourhood programs, a gymnasium, as well as childcare services.

The development will include 220 new non-market rental homes. These homes will be a mix of approximately 170 affordable rental housing units and up to 50 supportive housing units. The affordable rental homes will be operated by the Capital Region Housing Corporation. BC Housing will engage a non-profit operator to manage the supportive housing.

Housing with Supports

Supportive housing is a self-contained studio home with various support services provided on-site, to help people achieve and maintain housing stability. Supports could include:

  • outreach workers
  • life skills training
  • employment assistance
  • connection and referral to community services and support groups

Staff would be on-site 24/7 working with each resident to understand their needs and goals.

Applicants will go through an assessment process to make sure there is a mix of residents with the right supports. All residents will pay rent and sign a program agreement (similar to a tenancy agreement).

Development Process

This project is part of the City Housing Strategy aim to support the fast supply of affordable and supportive housing. The approximate 170 rental homes will be funded by the Province’s Building BC: Community Housing Fund. The 50 supportive housing units will be funded through the Supportive Housing Fund. BC Housing are responsible for the building of this project and will be engage with the community at various points throughout the development process.

Community Engagement

We understand it is important for you to be informed about the plan for this site. Please check back for regular updates.

We welcome questions and comments by email to: communityrelations@bchousing.org