Old Grace Housing Co-operative 200 Arlington Street, Winnipeg
Monthly occupancy fee: $944 plus $16,000 fully refundable member share.
The suite is reserved for individuals or households that require an accessible suite and have a household income of less than $56,694 on line 150 of the 2019 Tax Return.
If you are interested in this suite, please contact Shelly Blanco by email or at 204-414-5753.
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- Lowered countertops in kitchen and bathroom
- Lowered shelving/closet-rod heights in storage rooms and closets
- Counter-top stove, separate wall oven, bottom-freezer refrigerator, and dishwasher
- In-suite hook-ups for resident-supplied energy-efficient laundry appliances (appliances to be approved by co-op)
- Light switches and wall plugs installed for seated-height
- Wheel-in shower with hand-held shower attachment; water-saving fixtures and fittings
- Secure, lockable windows, and doors
- Seated-height peephole in-suite entrance door
- Window blinds included
- Full balcony
- In-suite heating and cooling controls
- Ground-level access to three exterior entries with push-button door openers
- Two elevators plus wheelchair lift operating between the basement and first floor levels at the parking lot
- Secure main lobby and entry system, central mail area and elevators
- Pet-friendly, no-smoking
- All indoor and outdoor common areas wheelchair-accessible
- Full sprinkler system throughout, including in-suite sprinklers
- Second-floor laundry room with multiple washers and dryers
- Guest rooms, meeting room and large common room with kitchen available to residents for short-term rental
- Quiet, energy-efficient building with many water-saving features
- Accessible loading zone near main building entrance
- Professional landscape design for the enjoyment of all residents
- Heat, light, water, property taxes included in monthly housing charges
Benefits of living in a housing co-operative
- Democratic control: Members elect the Board of Directors and participate in setting policies
- Transparent financial reporting: Information on budgets and expenses available to all members
- Not-for-profit: housing charges set at rates to cover costs (including maintaining reserves for capital repairs.)
- Community opportunities: resident email group, social events, and volunteer opportunities