VSHNeers Flat in Vancouver, BC

VSHN offers a shared apartment for the two VSHN Switzerland engineers working in Canada. The apartment is located in downtown Vancouver and accommodates two VSHN team members. The apartment complex provides amenities such as a gym, whirlpool, outdoor swimming pool, bike storage, and a concierge service.

712 - 777 Richards Street
Vancouver, BC, V6B 0M6

VSHN provides the furniture, kitchenware and other items necessary for living. Food and other consumables have to be provided by the VSHNeers themselves.

House Rules

  • VSHNeers communicate with each other. If there is a problem or uncertainty, talk to the others.

  • VSHNeers treat each other and their belongings with respect and consideration.

  • If one or more occupants want to have quiet times, that is to be respected.

  • VSHNeers are considerate of the living spaces. One takes care of the common areas and cleans them after use.

  • Split chores equally (Recycling, garbage disposal, shopping etc.)

  • Respect the rules of the building (No pets allowed, no bikes in the apartment, no smoking in the apartment or on the balcony, opening hours of building amenities)

  • Respect your neighbors. No noise late at night or early in the morning.

  • Guests are only allowed after the consent of the other occupants. For guests staying longer than 3 days, the consent of VSHN Canada is also needed.


Change of occupants

When new VSHNeers move into the Vancouver flat the following things have to happen:

  1. The outgoing VSHN engineer should clean their room and wash their bed sheets and towels, as well as fold and prepare them on the bed for the next engineer.

  2. Inform the landlord about the change in occupancy

  3. Add new occupant to WhatsApp group chat with the landlord

  4. Fill out form K with the concierge and pay the fee

Reporting Issues

If any issues with the apartment arise (for example leaking faucets, malfunctioning heating, damages, etc.), inform both VSHN Canada and the landlord immediately. In case of emergencies, such as burst pipes, also notify the concierge.