Our members, our dreams

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

I keep taking strolls to explore my new neighborhood and love the diversity, warmth, and culture that I see in Wolseley. As a person living with a disability, Old Grace is a dream come true when it comes to accessibility and will provide me with more independence than I have ever had. I can't wait to become part of my new community and move into my "forever home!" -- Libby Zdriluk
I keep taking strolls to explore my new neighborhood and love the diversity, warmth, and culture that I see in Wolseley. As a person living with a disability, Old Grace is a dream come true when it comes to accessibility and will provide me with more independence than I have ever had. I can’t wait to become part of my new community and move into my “forever home!”
— Libby Zdriluk

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.

 

 

 

 

A brand new co-op for a grand old neighbourhood

Old Grace Housing Co-operative (OGHC) is a new housing co-op in the heart of Winnipeg’s Wolseley neighbourhood. The co-op is currently under construction on the site of the original Grace Hospital and will be ready for occupancy in early 2018.

The 60-suite 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

Wolseley 

 

News

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Construction update

Progress continues on construction of Old Grace Housing Co-op, with a targeted completion date of November 2017.

Approximately half the foundation, crawlspace, and basement construction have been completed.

In the coming weeks, excavation and concrete work will continue around the Preston and Evanson wings of the complex. Framing of the Arlington-facing wing will begin when the insulated foundation is in place.

To contact us with concerns about construction, please send us an e-mail using the following form.


A view of some of a portion of the planned landscaping of Evanson St. face of Old Grace Housing Co-operative.
A view of some of a portion of the planned landscaping of Evanson St. face of Old Grace Housing Co-operative.
Boulevard trees and grass

In order to construct a driveway into Old Grace Housing Co-operative’s site, it has been necessary to remove a tree on the public boulevard on the Evanson Street side of the lot. A second boulevard tree was removed because it was in poor health. Both trees are being removed with the approval of the City of Winnipeg.

Next year three new canopy trees—two on Evanson and one on Preston—will be planted on the public boulevards. OGHC will also be removing two existing concrete driveway entrances on the Evanson side of the lot. These areas will be planted with grass and returned to the boulevard. (To see photos of the areas that will be returned to the boulevard, click here).

In addition, OGHC will be planting 24 trees and 80 shrubs on three exterior sides of the building. For more OGHC’s planting program, click here.


2016 Annual General Meeting
Photo credit: Phil Barnett.
Photo credit: Phil Barnett.

Sixty-eight members and four guests attended the Old Grace Housing Co-operative Annual General Meeting on October 29, 2016.
The following members were elected to the OGHC Board of Directors at the meeting: Denis Bracken, Gerard Bzdel, Victor Dobchuk, Laura Sevenhuysen, Carlos Sosa, and Randa Stewart. Denis and Victor are serving one-year terms, the rest are serving two-year terms.

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