Plant a Garden

Westwood Place

Even a modest property can look beautiful when it includes colourful gardens and mature trees. People will want to live there and the co-op’s neighbours will love you.

Some co-ops have generous outdoor common space with plenty of room for a community garden. Others were built almost to the lot line, but may be able to create a roof garden.

Once again, the key is planning, especially if you have a green roof in mind. In that case, the first person your co-op should speak to—even before a garden designer—is an engineer. 

A property that is landscaped and cared for invites members to enjoy it together. Add a community garden and you may even have produce to share. If that seems too ambitious, try growing some herbs!

No Vacancy Loss

One quarter of Agency clients have no vacancy loss at all.