Non-market housing projects attributes

  • Name: Name of the specified housing project
  • Address: Street address of the specified housing project in Vancouver
  • Project Status: Current development status of project
      • Completed: Housing project that has been built
      • Under Construction: Housing projects that are under construction
      • Approved: Project that has an approved rezoning or development permit application or an approved Council report confirming funding
      • Proposed: An application has been submitted to the City for review
  • Occupancy Year: Year when the specified housing project was initially occupied
  • Design - Accessible 1 BR: Number of one-bedroom units designed for a person with disabilities to be able to, without assistance, approach, enter, pass to and from, and make use of an area and its facilities
  • Design - Accessible 2 BR: Number of two-bedroom units designed for a person with disabilities to be able to, without assistance, approach, enter, pass to and from, and make use of an area and its facilities
  • Design - Accessible 3 BR: Number of three-bedroom units designed for a person with disabilities to be able to, without assistance, approach, enter, pass to and from, and make use of an area and its facilities
  • Design - Accessible 4 BR: Number of four-bedroom units designed for a person with disabilities to be able to, without assistance, approach, enter, pass to and from, and make use of an area and its facilities
  • Design - Accessible Studio: Number of studio units designed for a person with disabilities to be able to, without assistance, approach, enter, pass to and from, and make use of an area and its facilities
  • Design - Accessible Room: Number of housekeeping or sleeping units that are designed for a person with disabilities to be able to, without assistance, approach, enter, pass to and from, and make use of an area and its facilities
  • Design - Adaptable 1 BR: Number of one-bedroom units that are designed to be able to be modified to meet the changing accessibility needs of residents
  • Design - Adaptable 2 BR: Number of two-bedroom units that are designed to be able to be modified to meet the changing accessibility needs of residents
  • Design - Adaptable 3 BR: Number of three-bedroom units that are designed to be able to be modified to meet the changing accessibility needs of residents
  • Design - Adaptable 4 BR: Number of four-bedroom units that are designed to be able to be modified to meet the changing accessibility needs of residents
  • Design - Standard 1 BR: Number of one-bedroom units designed for a typical standard of liveability which includes sleeping and cooking facilities
  • Design - Standard 2 BR: Number of two-bedroom units designed for a typical standard of liveability which includes sleeping and cooking facilities
  • Design - Standard 3 BR: Number of three-bedroom units designed for a typical standard of liveability which includes sleeping and cooking facilities
  • Design - Standard 4 BR: Number of four-bedroom units designed for a typical standard of liveability which includes sleeping and cooking facilities
  • Design - Standard Studio: Number of studio units designed for a typical standard of liveability which includes sleeping and cooking facilities. A studio, also known as bachelor unit, combines bedroom, living room, and kitchen into a single unit
  • Design - Standard Room: Number of housekeeping or sleeping units designed for a typical standard of liveability which includes sleeping and cooking facilities. A studio, also known as bachelor unit, combines bedroom, living room, and kitchen into a single unit
  • Clientele - Seniors: Number of units for individuals typically over age 55
  • Clientele - Families: Number of units that have two or more bedrooms
  • Clientele - Other: Number of units for single non-seniors
  • Operator: Operator of the specified housing project
  • Operator Type: Operators are grouped as follows:
      • 1 (Non-profit): owned and/or operated by non-profit groups
      • 2 (Co-op): owned and/or managed by co-operative associations of the residents
      • 3 (Urban Indigenous): owned and/or operated by non-profit groups, and targeted to indigenous people
      • 4 (Public): owned and/or operated by government agencies
      • 5 (TBD): operator type to be determined
  • Index Number: Unique identifier within the City Non-Market Housing Inventory
  • Latitude: Latitude of specified housing project measured from the equator in degrees, with positive values going north and negative values going south. Follows World Geodetic System 84 (WGS 84) standard
  • Longitude: Longitude of specified project measured in degrees from the Zero Meridian (the longitude that runs through Greenwich, England), with positive values going east and negative values going west. Follows World Geodetic System 84 standard
  • Local Area: Local area of specified housing project. In 1969, City Council approved twenty-two local areas as a basis for the organization of community services and city departments. In 1970, local areas were used for the establishment of local area planning programs. For more information, see the Local Area Boundary Data page.
  • Geom: Spatial (point) representation of specified housing project’s location
  • URL: City’s webpage address of the specified housing project

 

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