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!

Clients and Units

On 1 January 2018, the Agency had 525 client co-ops with 30,820 units of housing.