Other than providing safe, secure and affordable accommodation for tenants, our support services aim to enhance access to other community-based support and services. This in turn helps individuals manage their home, build self-reliance and foster resilience against homelessness.

Through social and recreational programs, one of our goals is to help tenants develop life skills and better their education, employment, and health.

341 Gore Avenue, Vancouver, BC  V6A 2Z3


  • 100% of units are for people who are homeless or at the risk of homelessness or people with disabilities who are low income earners.  There are income and assets maximum thresholds. An Active BC Housing Registry is required as well as asset and income eligibility requirement annually.
  • Must be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident Status.
  • All residents must be capable of independent living. Medical or physical support is not available on this site.

Living Here

Built in 1907 this building located on Gore Avenue and Hastings Street on the outskirts of Chinatown and Gastown has a unique charm and history.  A few short steps to bus stops, and numerous social service agencies.

Utilities Included

Only for residents who are on income assistance.


Community room/meeting space, pay per use laundry facilities


Studios and 1 Bedrooms

  • All units are for low to modest income earners.
  • An Active BC Housing Registry is required.
  • Income and assets ‎maximum thresholds apply, and tenants must meet asset and income eligibility requirements.

Managed by:



To be placed on Orange Hall’s waiting list, please apply through BC Housing’s Housing Registry and quote property code Orange Hall.


You may also directly speak to BC Housing for Supportive Housing Registration Service
[email protected]

Contact us

Vancouver, BC

Lawrence Lam

604-408-7274 ext. 1062