Housing

Developer outlines plans for downtown suite

Rezoning would alter setback requirements

 

Contract awarded for mixed-income housing project

The Yukon government has awarded a $16.8-million contract to build the mixed-income…

 

Move-in starts for Yukon’s Housing First building

The first two residents moved in in mid-February

 

Zoning approved for seniors housing development

Roddick lone councillor to vote against third reading

Whitehorse council holds off on new housing incentive policy

The plan will come back to chambers Feb. 10

Yukon government’s Housing First project sits empty

Residents had originally been scheduled to move in in November

YG to open Housing First project in downtown Whitehorse next week

The Official Opposition says it’s been mired by delays, budgetary problems

Whitehorse council wants more involvement in Yukon Housing plans

Planning is underway for a housing project downtown but council hasn’t seen any of the details

Plans for Mah’s Point Two are back on

Provided they get more sales than last time, Mah’s Point Two expected to be finished in 2021

Developer proposes new plan for Copper Ridge property

Developer seeks city’s cash for a new 12-unit housing project

Affordable housing in the downtown

A dozen units will be sold at or below median price

Whitehorse City Council passes height amendments for waterfront development

The development comes after recent recommendations made by city planners

Whitehorse council shoots down Whistle Bend zoning amendment

Developer sought change to allow townhouses instead of apartments

How did the Yukon government fail to foresee the Whistle Bend housing crunch?

Adding 150 new continuing care workers to a town where rentals are scarce requires better planning

YG helping Whistle Bend hires facing housing hunt

‘We always knew there would be significant housing required’

‘Eyesore’ townhouses rile Copper Ridge residents

‘Concern was raised for the unattractive buildings portrayed’

One-day event focuses on Yukon housing woes

Territory suffers from low vacancy rate, aging rental stock

Yukon government launches new housing fund

Groups can apply for up to $500,000 for affordable rentals, supportive or transitional housing