Brightside Community Homes Foundation
#300 – 905 West Pender Street,
Vancouver, B.C.
V6C 1L6

P: (604) 684 3515
F: (604) 684 3677

New Projects

Ongoing Projects

Brightside has the ambitious goal of doubling the number of affordable homes we provide over the next decade. Although Brightside has taken steps to maintain our properties at a high standard, some of them are aging and do not offer accessibility features such as an elevator, often required for seniors aging-in-place.

We currently have four properties going through the City of Vancouver rezoning process:

Alice Saunders House

Constructed in 1977, Alice Saunders House is located at 2924 Venables Street in the Hastings Sunrise neighbourhood. It is a three-storey woodframed building with a total of 64 homes. All current residents are seniors. The proposal is to replace the existing 64 units with 146 units of below-market rental housing for seniors and families.

 

Open house boards

Edward Byers House and Loyal Orange Manor

Constructed in 1962 and 1971, Edward Byers House and Loyal Orange Manor are located at 1425 and 1451 East 12th Avenue in the Grandview Woodland neighbourhood. Both are low-rise wood-framed buildings and all current residents are seniors. The proposal to replace the combined 57 units for 157 units of below-market rental housing for seniors was approved by City Council on July 21, 2020.

 

City rezoning page

Mount Pleasant Lions Manor

In partnership with BC Housing and Wall Financial Corporation (WFC), Brightside is pursuing an opportunity to develop 349 East 6th Avenue, adjacent to our Mount Pleasant Lions Manor building at 325 East 6th Avenue. The proposal is to replace the existing 36 units at 325 East 6th Avenue with approximately 82 units of social housing for seniors and families at 349 East 6th Avenue to add much needed social housing.

 

City-led open house boards

MacLeod Manor

Brightside Community Homes Foundation is proposing to redevelop its MacLeod Manor building, located at 8725 French Street, to ensure we’re able to meet the needs of current and future residents in the long-term. The proposal is to replace the existing 46 units with 94 units of below-market rental housing for seniors and families.

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