One of the ministries connected to St. Paul’s Anglican Church is the Pendrellis Building, an 87-unit residence providing subsidized housing for seniors, built in 1973. Right next door to the church, on Pendrell Street, the building is owned by the parish (under the rules of the diocese), but the operations were handed over to the Pendrellis Society, a non-profit society incorporated under the British Columbia Society Act. The members of the board of the Pendrellis Society include the wardens and the rector of the parish (ex officio) and up to three other members voted in by the rector and wardens each year. Right at the beginning, the Pendrellis Society hired a building management company to deal with daily operations.
The Society has worked for a number of years on a major interior renovation campaign of the Pendrellis building. These upgrades include a new lounge, elevator upgrades, and, most importantly, the suites are being updated as resources permit.
If you would like to know more, please feel free to speak to the members of the Pendrellis Board. Board members for 2012 are the Rev. Markus Dünzkofer, Jack Wood, Rose Desrochers, Kathryn Jones, Melissa Sim, and Sharon Connaughty.
For information concerning rentals contact:
1254 Pendrell Street
Vancouver V6E 3N4