VANCOUVER’S OLDEST HERITAGE BLOCK
Mole Hill is the last surviving block of pre-First World War housing stock in Vancouver, the most significant example of Vancouver’s Victorian and Edwardian era domestic architecture. The block has thirty heritage-listed properties built between 1888 and 1908, providing a direct link to the earliest days of the City of Vancouver.
Today, Mole Hill is governed by the Mole Hill Community Housing Society, and contains 170 social housing suites, three daycares, a group home and a host of community assets, set in a park-like environment. The Society has been recognized for achievements in heritage conservation, construction, landscaping and the provision of social housing.
- TELL THE SCHOOL BOARD: NO SUBSTATIONS UNDER VANCOUVER SCHOOLS OR PARKS!TELL THE SCHOOL BOARD : NO SUBSTATIONS UNDER VANCOUVER SCHOOLS OR PARKS! In April 2018, … Read more
- City of Vancouver Motion to Designate Mole Hill as a Heritage Conservation AreaOn June 14th the City Council of Vancouver will consider a motion to designate Mole … Read more
- Mole Hill Redevelopment plans finally made public just before decision by Director of PlanningDesign encroaches onto neighbouring childcare facility; Architect threatens that the Mole Hill Greenway could be … Read more
LOCATED IN VANCOUVER’S WEST END
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