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TWIN ARMS  


General Info

  • 47 years in operation
  • Near:  Burrard Street and Drake Street
  • Decorated in 2017
  • Handrails in hallways
  • 13 floors, 2 elevators
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Funding Base: Not-for-profit
  • Owned by: Society for Christian Care of the Elderly
  • Managed by: Societies Management Limited/S.C.C.E.
  • Subsidies: All is subsidized and require proof of low income
  • 216 units
  • Capacity: 242 residents
  • Average Waiting Period: more than 2 years
  • Average Age: 65
  • Can accommodate physically challenged people (as long as they are independent)
  • Residents have a dress code (Must be dressed!)
  • Smoking allowed (in outside in designated area)
  • Alcohol allowed (within own suite)
  • Main doors of residence secured at all times
  • Close to: Public Transit, Shopping, Churches, Seniors' Centre, Library, Local Hospital (St. Paul's)

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