How can we build more affordable housing in Canada?

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YSB Riverside

YSB Riverside is a 39 unit supportive housing building at 2887 Riverside Drive. The project provides support services to youth aged 16 to 24, who have been homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless. Building on YSB’s expertise in youth development and support, the innovative Youth Hub located on the ground floor provides vulnerable […]

Cornerstone Princeton

This project is the result of a unique partnership between Cornerstone, the Anglican Diocese, Barry Hobin, and Uniform Developments. The transformation of the existing building into affordable supportive housing facility for women will preserve the legacy of the Sisters of Jeanne d’Arc. Barry Hobin and Uniform will continue to develop the remainder of the site. […]

KDS Village Expansion

KDS built a mixed-income 58-unit affordable housing development for seniors as an addition to its existing 70-unit building at 567 Cambridge Street South. This enabled KDS to expand its mandate by co-locating seniors support services on the lower ground-floor. The project aims to address aging in place and facilitates independent living in an established downtown […]

Beaver Barracks

Acting in their capacity as CCOC’s development department, members of the Cahdco team also managed the creation of CCOC’s Beaver Barracks. With 254 homes in 5 buildings this project is a beacon of the mixed income model of affordable housing as well as home to an ambulance lay-by station and offices, including Cahdco’s old office. […]

We are hiring volunteer board members!

Are you passionate about the City of Ottawa and affordable housing? Do you want to make a real impact in your community? Do you want to grow your professional development skills alongside a thoughtful group of volunteers? If this sounds like you, you should consider running for Cahdco’s Board of Directors!