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Kingston Co-op to add 38 new units

Published January 13, 2021

Kingston co-op photo of brick-and-siding rowhouses on a leafy residential street.

The members of Kingston Co-operative Homes voted to contribute $1.3 million to the development of 38 new units.  Construction will start in the spring of 2022.

“It’s a great example of several players collaborating to get affordable housing built,” said CHF Canada’s Executive Director, Tim Ross. “New Commons Development is co-developing the project with Compass, and CHF Canada is providing advocacy and advice. The City of Kingston approved a $4.2 million grant. And now the co-op housing members are investing in the growth of their own community.”

Construction will start in the spring of 2022. Keep an eye out for more. We’ll report on how the co-op started on the road to expansion, how CHF Canada is working to support it, and give updates on the progress.  Congratulations, Kingston Co-op!

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