Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Cedar Village Housing Society opens applications for new Elders/Seniors residence on Green Street

The Cedar Village Housing Society is now accepting applications
from potential residents for the new facility on Green Street in Prince Rupert

Work has hit the home stretch for the new Elders/Seniors facility on Green Street and as the inside of the new facility begins to take shape the Cedar Village Housing Society has opened up the application period for those that may wish to become residents of the stunning new building on the city's east side.

An information release from Friday provides some details about the residence, which is open to all residents of the North Coast. The residence will feature a mix of single and two bedroom units an incorporates a number of Tsimshian designs as focal points and will offer 32 high quality and affordable housing units for those who are 65 and over.

A glimpse at some of the floor plans for the new facility can be found here.

Samples of some of the floor plans for the new Metlakatla
Elders/Seniors Village on Green Street 

Those interested in applying for a residence  can use the application form available here, the deadline for applications is September 25th.

The project was put together by the Metlakatla Development Corporation and is located on what was once the old King Edward School site at the corner of Green Street and 7th Avenue East.

To review more background information on the residence and about the Cedar Village Housing Society see their website page here.

Some of the benchmarks of the project can be reviewed below:


Cedar Village Housing Society issues call for Board Members
7th Avenue East Road Rehabilitation project to start this week
City looks to move forward with Sewer and Road Work at Green and 7th Avenue East
Topping off a few weeks of good news on the housing front in Prince Rupert
Metlakatla Elders/Seniors Housing taking shape on east side
City seeks quotations for work to Replace Storm and Water infrastructure at 7th and Green


Council praises Metlakatla Development Corporations Elders/Seniors Housing initiative as a template for other developers
Metlakatla's Elders/Seniors project to be main focus for Council tonight
Metlakatla Elders/Seniors complex heads towards public overview
City to consider old King Edward School Site for Seniors Housing proposal at Monday's meeting


King Edward School Site the focus of upcoming forum on Seniors Housing and Health

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