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The Tikva Housing Society is proud to announce its participation in the development of a 15-storey high rise complex at 8111 Granville St., Richmond, on land owned by the City Of Richmond. The building will have 129 units and offer a mix of affordable rental housing plus community amenity space on the two lower floors. Tikva will own 10 apartments designed for families on the top two floors: four two-bedroom and six three-bedroom units, with gorgeous views, averaging 1,100 sq ft. These units will house families earning
Luis Guincher, centre, with Tikva Housing Society Board members (from left) Eric Fefer, Susan Katz, Susana Cogan, Tikva Housing Development Director, and Daniel bar Dayan at the Opening Night Reception of Guincher’s art exhibit, ‘Symphony of Colours II’. The Opening was held on August 1st 2013 at the Sydney and Gertrude Zack Gallery, Jewish Community […]
Tikva Housing is pleased to be partnering with the Vancouver Hillel’s Sukkah Design/Build Competition in order to continue with our commitment to raise awareness and to provide for the housing needs of all members of the community.
5-Year Old Mielle van den Berg’s Gift Sweetens Lives Mielle van den Berg planned her fifth birthday to be an opportunity to help others. Instead of bringing presents to her party, young van den Berg told her friends she wanted to “collect money for the people who don’t have houses.” Her charity of choice was […]