Our members, our dreams

Our members are proud of the co-op and what we are creating. To meet some of them, click here.

This is an extraordinary project in a wonderful neighbourhood. I am thrilled to be part of it. -- Ben Baader
This is an extraordinary project in a wonderful neighbourhood. I am thrilled to be part of it.

— Ben Baader

From inside the fence


Concord Projects has been supplying us with photographs of the construction site from inside the fence. To view a slideshow of these images, please click here.





Great suites, a great co-op

Great suites are still available in Old Grace Housing Co-operative, a new housing co-op being built in the heart of Winnipeg’s Wolseley neighbourhood.

The 60-unit building’s design both reflects the scale and character of the homes in this well-established community and exceeds Canadian standards for environmental sustainability. The co-operative is committed to providing affordable housing, is open to individuals and families, and will be pet friendly and smoke-free.

Follow these links to learn more about:

Membership and costs

Available suites

Suite design

Our co-operative and its policies



Pile driving complete at OGHC site

Pile driving is now complete at the Old Grace Housing Co-operative site and the pile-driving equipment has been removed.

The Co-op wishes to apologize for the early-morning noise created on the day the pile-driving equipment was delivered and on the day it departed.

Moving these very large pieces of equipment can create a severe traffic disruption. For that reason, their movement is restricted to the hours of 5 and 7 in the morning and governed by a special permit and a police escort.

We sincerely thank our neighbours for your patience during this important stage of our construction.

Please use the following form to email your concerns to us.

OGHC goes for LEED Gold

Old Grace Housing Co-operative is now registered under the Canada Green Building Council’s LEED* for New Construction and Major Renovations Green Building Rating system. OGHC is targeting LEED Gold certification, which is the second-highest LEED certification level.


The crushed rock at the construction entrance is part of the OGHC’s erosion-control plan. The rock knocks dirt and debris off the tires of trucks as they leave the site.