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Rental units at 1105 Seymour Street

Features

  • Units include a fridge and stove
  • The building contains a common room, outdoor amenity space, and shared laundry facilities
  • Permitted pets include one spayed/neutered indoor cat or dog under 30 pounds per household or a hearing and seeing eye dog
  • The entire building is designated as non-smoking

1105 Seymour St is an 81-unit social housing building located downtown and completed in February 2018. The building has rents ranging from shelter to low-end of market rates.

The unit mix includes:

  • 18 studio apartments
  • 44 one-bedroom apartments
  • 19 two-bedroom family apartments

The building was funded through Community Amenity Contributions, and has service partnerships with Positive Living BC AIDS Vancouver , and SWAN  with non-profit space on the lower floors.

The building is operated by the City of Vancouver.

Income eligibility

Units and rent are assigned based on household size and income. Find the rent you could be eligible for.

How to apply

If you are eligible for the income assistance or affordable rental units, apply through agency referrals or the BC Housing Registry

Check back for availability and application instructions for studio and 1 bedroom, low-end market rate units.

If you are eligible for the 2 bedroom, low-end market rate units, visit FirstService residential  and select 1105 Seymour to learn how to apply.

Applications

Based on unit availability, tenants are selected following standard criteria used by most landlords, including satisfactory landlord references and payment history, and by household income. RentSmart certificates  and referrals from partnering agencies will be accepted. 

Successful applicants will be given more than one-month's notice before the move-in date to provide enough time to give their current landlord their notice to end tenancy.

Occupancy policy

We follow the national occupancy guidelines for unit allocation. This means:

  • Minimum of one person and maximum of two people per bedroom.
  • Couples share a bedroom.
  • Parents don’t share bedrooms with children.
  • Dependents of opposite gender over the age of five don’t share bedrooms.

Questions

Contact the organization below with questions about applying, depending on the rental type.

Income assistance and affordable rentals

BC Housing Registry

Low-end market rate rentals

First Service Residential  

604-612-4344 or 604-396-5363
1105Seymour@fsresidential.com