The SHDM owns 17 Autonomie+ rental complexes totalling more than 1,200 housing units for an autonomous clientele aged 55 and over. In addition to providing affordable rents below the market price, the Autonomie+ communities help to counter isolation and provide dynamic living environments for retired people.
Autonomie + buildings complement the range of choices available to aging but still physically active tenants in Montréal who are looking for an alternative to multigenerational neighbourhoods or certified seniors’ residences that offer fee-based services.
In addition to a dedicated and professional team to manage and maintain the buildings, our Autonomie+ properties have the following amenities: concrete structures, elevators, access ramps, emergency repairs service, secure access, laundry room, recreation room, garden or terrace. The Le Rigaud building (Plateau Mont-Royal) also features an indoor pool, a panoramic terrace and shops on the ground floor.
The SHDM’s Autonomie+ housing units are part of a real estate portfolio that was acquired pursuant to section 95 of the National Housing Act.
For aging tenants in Montréal who are looking for an alternative to certified seniors’ residences that offer fee-based services
The SHDM owns more than 300 buildings, "plexes" and “multiplexes”, of which 70% include two to five dwellings. In total, these buildings encompass more than 2,400 well-maintained units offered for rent at an affordable price (i.e. below market price) to all Montrealers. With these units, located throughout the Montréal area, the SHDM helps maintain the quality of the housing stock and supports the economic and social vitality of our neighbourhoods.
The SHDM’s housing units for all clienteles are part of a real estate portfolio that was acquired pursuant to section 95 of the National Housing Act.
Well-maintained units offered for rent at an affordable price, in "plexes" and “multiplexes”
Because the needs are varied, the SHDM has implemented several projects in partnership with non-profit organizations (NPOs) and community-based organizations. As a result, around 1,100 of our housing units, including all our rooming houses, are managed by 10 NPOs that work on fostering the social integration of the tenants. In addition, the SHDM encourages actions of community-based partners that provide specialized services to vulnerable clienteles by giving them free or low-cost access to its buildings to carry out activities such as homework assistance, educational support for families, food banks and collective kitchens, mental health support services, etc.
To know more about our partnerships with NPOs and community-based organizations, visit the Partners section
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