This dataset contains data of non-market housing projects - both the buildings owned by City of Vancouver, and the buildings provided by other agencies.
Non-market housing is for low and moderate income singles and families, often subsidized through a variety of ways, including senior government support. This housing is managed through various operators, including the public, non-profit, co-op, and urban indigenous sectors.
Non-market housing is located throughout Vancouver in the forms of social, supportive, and co-op housing. This dataset includes temporary modular housing, which are demountable structures, not permanently affixed to land and assembled within months.
The inventory does not include the following types of housing:
- Special Needs Residential Facilities - includes community care facilities providing licensed care services, and group residences providing housing as required by law, rehabilitative programs, or temporary housing
- Single Room Accommodation - privately-owned single room occupancy (SRO) hotels, rooming houses, and other housing with rooms less than 320 square feet, typically featuring units with a basic cooking setup and shared bathrooms
- Shelters - provide temporary beds, meals, and services to the city's homeless population
Data for this dataset is amalgamated from a number of sources. It is possible that some information may not be shown because of data synchronization issues.
There may be some loss of quality from data entry errors.
Non-housing market projects for which geographic coordinates are not available yet will not show up on the map or in the spatial formats. For a complete list, please consult the XLS or CSV formats.