Affordable forever: the housing investments that keeps on giving
By Joy Connelly, Affordable housing advocate and consultant
Sunday, May 8
Theme: Advocacy, Arts & Architecture, History & Culture
Accessibility: The route is fairly short, no hills, entirely on sidewalks -- some narrow, some uneven -- along a busy street.
What are the public investments that create affordable homes today and KEEP those homes affordable for the next generation and the one after that?
This tour examines the strengths and limitations of some of the many paths to affordable housing – building on publicly owned land, redeveloping Toronto Community Housing sites, modular housing, supportive housing, co-ops, non-profits and land trusts– all in just six city blocks!
Walk Start Location: 1631 Queen Street East, just east of Coxwell, on the lawn beside the “Development Notice. Walk Leader is the grey-haired gal with papers in hand
Nearest Public Transit: 22 Coxwell bus south from Coxwell Station, 501 Queen Streetcar east and west
Walk End Location: CherryNook Gardens, a few steps from Queen and Greenwood
Maximum 40 participants. Registration required, click here to register. Masks recommended but not required.