VAHA in the News / Mar. 14, 2018
9 years after Little Mountain social housing demolished, modular housing to rise on nearly empty site
It was 2009 when the bulldozers rolled in and demolished 224 units of 1950’s era low-income housing at Vancouver’s Little Mountain site.
Critics at the time accused the province of acting without a plan for redevelopment; nine years later, just one building with 54 units for seniors has been built on the acres of prime real estate next to Queen Elizabeth Park.
Now, the nearly vacant site has been selected as the home of the City of Vancouver’s latest temporary modular housing project for the homeless.Read more