REMY in Richmond
9388 Cambie Rd.,
Canada V6X 0H7
The “REMY” housing site, located at 9388 Cambie Road in Richmond, is the first six-storey wood-frame residential development built in BC and features energy-efficient geothermal heating and cooling, co-op cars and green roofing as a part of the development’s eco-friendly design.
REMY includes a total of 81 units:
- 33 Seniors’ Rental Housing (SRH) apartments – Residents of SRH apartments must meet Rent Geared to Income (RGI) qualifications for low-income seniors and people with disabilities. These units are owned by BC Housing and managed by S.U.C.C.E.S.S.
- 48 affordable rental apartments for low- to moderate-income families and singles – These 48 units are owned and managed by S.U.C.C.E.S.S and are eligible for the S.A.F.E.R. program (Shelter Aid for Elderly Renters) under BC Housing.
To be placed on the REMY tenant waiting list, please apply through BC Housing’s Housing Registry and quote property code DBD.
For enquiries regarding REMY please contact Victor Yuen at 604-370-7011 or [email protected].
8080 Anderson Road.,
Canada V6Y 0J5
S.U.C.C.E.S.S. owns and operates 38 studio and 15 one-bedroom self-contained affordable rental units for low-income seniors at Storeys, located at 8080 Anderson Road in Richmond’s city centre. Tenants in our units must be an eligible applicant as defined in the Housing Agreement with the City of Richmond. All rental units are eligible for the S.A.F.E.R. (Shelter Aid for Elderly Renter) program under BC Housing.
Storeys exemplifies a unique partnership between all three levels of government and five non-profit housing providers, including S.U.C.C.E.S.S., to create 129 units of supportive and affordable housing units and a social service hub for Richmond’s vulnerable residents. This development is one-of-a-kind in Canada and represents a best practice model for municipalities to develop affordable housing. Households, including lone-parent families, individuals overcoming addiction, seniors previously at-risk of homelessness, and individuals dealing with mental health concerns, now have a safe, secure and affordable place to call home. For many others, Storeys has become a focal point in their community – by providing a space for residents to access immigrant settlement services, employment skills, healthy and affordable meals, social activity, and meaningful connection.
The project has been awarded the Group Constellation Award by the City of Richmond in April 2018, as well as an award for Planning Excellence in Social Planning by the Canadian Institute of Planners.
For inquiries on tenancy application, please contact Victor Yuen, Housing Officer, at 604-370-7011 or [email protected]
Canada V3N 3B7
Located at 7434 Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C., Hillside Gardens is a family complex located in Southeast Burnaby. It consists of 15 three-storey buildings providing apartment suites from two to four bedrooms. Many Hillside Gardens residents are new to Canada. The current tenant mix also consists of some long-term residents, including immigrants or refugee families with diverse multi-cultural backgrounds.This project aims to provide the tenants with safe and supportive housing to make the transition into a new home and country easier for them. Through tenant support services, our ultimate goal is to encourage their independence and self-reliance. Regular resident programs offered include a homework club for elementary students, adult ESL classes, cooking groups, health and educational workshops. In the summer, there are also children’s day camps, field trips and games carnival.
To be placed on Hillside Garden’s tenant waiting list, please apply through BC Housing’s Housing Registry and quote property code ALH.
For enquiries regarding Hillside Gardens, please contact 604-521-2942 or [email protected]
188 Keefer Str
Canada V6A 0E3
Located in the heart of Vancouver Chinatown, 188 Keefer provides 22 affordable studio and 1 bedroom units for low and moderate income seniors. All units are well equipped with brand new appliances, and a unique community space is available for all to enjoy a barbeque gathering with friends and family or exercise in a well-equipped gym. Transit stations, shopping centres and restaurants of international cuisines are only steps away from home.
For inquiries, please contact Dominic Fung at 604-408-7274 x 1063 or email to [email protected]
80 Walter Hardwick Avenue
122 Walter Hardwick Avenue
Canada V5Y 0C8
The Village, completed in 2010, provides below market, affordable and market rental housing. 168 suites comprising of one-bedroom, two-bedroom, three-bedroom and four-bedroom suites located in two mid-rise condominium buildings at 80 Walter Hardwick Avenue and 122 Walter Hardwick Avenue, Vancouver. Both buildings are SAFER-Home certified, with some units specifically designed for individuals in wheelchairs/scooters. Other nearby amenities include parkland, walking plazas, a publicly accessible waterfront and Creekside Community Centre with a non-motorized boating facility (often used for dragon boat racing). The area has child care facilities, a medical clinic, a grocery store (Urban Fare), a drug store (London Drugs), many restaurants and numerous other amenities within 5 minutes’ walk. The Village is also conveniently located on several major transit routes.
The buildings in this area were constructed to meet the standards of environmental sustainability. 80 and 122 Walter Hardwick are LEED certified. (LEED = Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)
Unfortunately due to the high volume of submissions we are no longer accepting applications to our below market rent waitlist. Please note that the below market rent waitlist for suites at 80 & 122 Walter Hardwick is now closed until further notice. If you are seeking further information and resources for Affordable or Subsidised housing, please contact BC housing http://www.bchousing.org
Please refer to craigslist for current availabilities, application processes and eligibility for suites when available. Please note we do not maintain an affordable rent waiting list due to the volume of applications received for each vacant unit nor are we able to respond to all emails. Enquiries will be entertained on a first received basis until an available unit is rented. A pre-screening assessment will be required as the candidate must be suited to the lifestyle and committed to residing in this eco-friendly and LEED certified community. The buildings are pet friendly and all suites are non-smoking.
341 Gore Avenue,
Canada V6A 2Z3
Located at 341 Gore Avenue in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, Orange Hall provides newly renovated and self-contained residential units for the homeless, those at risk of homelessness and those with disabilities who struggle to make ends meet due to limited access to resources. With our tenant-focused services, dignity and respect for all tenants is a value that we preserve.
Other than providing safe, secure and affordable accommodation for tenants, our support services aim to enhance access to other community-based support and services. This in turn helps individuals manage their home, build self-reliance and foster resilience against homelessness.
Through social and recreational programs, one of our goals is to help tenants develop life skills and better their education, employment, and health.
To be placed on Orange Hall’s waiting list, please apply through BC Housing’s Housing Registry and quote property code Orange Hall. You may also directly speak to BC Housing for Supportive Housing Registration Service at 604-609-7024 or via email:[email protected]
For enquiries regarding Orange Hall. please contact Mr. Lam at 604-408-7274 Ext. 1062 or [email protected]
251 Union Street,
Canada V6A 4C3
Located at Vancouver’s Chinatown District at 251 Union Street, Solheim Place provides 86 residential units for low income families, seniors and independent living persons with disabilities. The rent is 100% rent-geared-to-income (30% of gross income) in order to maintain the affordability of the units. There are 60 one-bedroom units for seniors and 14 two-bedroom and 12 three-bedroom units for families. Some units are modified according to the tenant’s physical conditions. Many tenants have lived in the building since it opened in 1992. They have long-standing ties to the neighbourhood and have access to affordable prices for groceries and many other goods. This development is managed under S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Housing Society.
Please find below S.U.C.C.E.S.S.’s statements on the elevator issue at Solheim Place:
For enquiries regarding Solheim Place, please contact Lawrence Lam at 604-408-7274 Ext. 1062 or [email protected]