The province is providing updates on two major previously-announced government housing developments.
Newfoundland and Labrador Housing has issued a Request for Proposals for a 40-unit affordable residential apartment complex for low-income households in Pleasantville.
The approximately $13 million dollar building, to be located on the corner of Charter Avenue and St. John’s Place, will include one and two-bedroom units, with a design focused on seniors and persons with disabilities.
The complex will include retail and supportive services space on the ground floor “to better serve residents.”
Meanwhile, NLHC recently appointed Woodford Architecture as the prime consultant to oversee the design and construction of a new integrated, health, housing and supportive services hub in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
The facility will include 30 emergency shelter beds, 20 transitional bed and 20 self-contained supportive housing units with access to integrated supports, treatment and services for people who are homeless.