Since 2020, the City has contributed capital costs toward the construction of nearly 300 new or refurbished units of affordable housing. Learn more about available grant programs.
The Salvation Army received $2.5 million to help build 143 units of bridge housing and supportive housing in Baranow. Grace Village.
Right at Home Housing Society received $950,000 to help build 16 new units of non-market affordable housing in Westwood in partnership with Wings of Providence.
Avana Rentals will receive $1.7 million to help build 30 rental townhouses offered at 50 to 80 per cent of average market rates in Maple.
Right at Home Housing Society will receive $1.9 million for 21 units of non-market affordable housing for newcomer families in Beacon Heights.
Right at Home Housing Society will receive around $690,000 for 11 units of non-market affordable housing for families, youth and people with disabilities.
Family Reunification Centre and 24 Nations Lodge
Treaty 8 First Nations of Alberta Holdings Ltd. will receive $6 million for 30 units of family-oriented supportive housing for Indigenous parents and children and 32 “home away from home” studio suites for visiting community members receiving medical care in Edmonton. This development is part of the new transit-oriented redevelopment at Station Pointe.