Linden Tree Place is a 4-storey residence for people with disabilities and seniors in Vancouver’s Kitsilano neighbourhood. Named after old linden trees around the property, the development has a total of 30 units, including 10 which are fully accessible. Built in partnership between Kitsilano Neighourhood House, The BC Paraplegic Housing Society and BC Housing, the building was specially designed for older adults who are able to live independently and who are willing to volunteer in the community on behalf of Kitsilano Neighborhood House, which operates the building. Kitsilano is home to families in character homes on tree-lined streets, residents of multiple housing co-ops and renters of all descriptions. It is also home to a surprising number of low-income people and has one of the highest senior populations in Vancouver. Through public process consultation the project gain gain area residents’ support while at the same time fulfill the programmatic requirements and financial goals.

  • Project Type

    Special Needs

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  • Developer / Client

    BC Paraplegic Association, Kitsilano Neighbourhood House

  • Energy Rating

    LEED Gold

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  • Year of Completion