About the site

Situated on East Hastings, this historical 5-storey building stands as a 71-unit site designed to cater to the diverse needs of its residents. The site offers shared bathrooms. Enhancing the sense of community and fostering social interactions, the foyer has been thoughtfully transformed into a spacious common area. This inviting space serves as a hub for residents to socialize, partake in the meal program, and cultivate a strong sense of belonging. A shared laundry room is readily accessible to all residents. Moreover, round-the-clock support is available, ensuring that assistance is readily provided whenever needed.

Interested in living here?
All applications must go through BC Housing. If you have any questions about this process, please contact us at 778-379-3940.

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Meet the site manager

Kristina Del Aguila joined Community Builders during the COVID pandemic, working on isolation sites at Granville Villa and Granville Respite. Growing up in DTES and engaging with the community through a cooperative, she has always been involved in outreach work and connecting with people. With a background in Sociology and Family Studies from UBC, she is a passionate advocate for harm reduction, striving to provide equal support, care, empathy, and kindness to all residents. Kristina values empowerment, giving residents a voice, and helping them achieve their goals, while considering their long-term well-being.
Kristina

Kristina Del Aguila joined Community Builders during the COVID pandemic, working on isolation sites at Granville Villa and Granville Respite. Growing up in DTES and engaging with the community through a cooperative, she has always been involved in outreach work and connecting with people. With a background in Sociology and Family Studies from UBC, she is a passionate advocate for harm reduction, striving to provide equal support, care, empathy, and kindness to all residents. Kristina values empowerment, giving residents a voice, and helping them achieve their goals, while considering their long-term well-being.

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