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Unit Pricing and Availability

Unit pricing and availability are subject to change. Please contact us for current information.

Unit pricing and availability are subject to change. Note that listed prices reflect full unit pricing (including common space, underground parking & gardens) but do not include GST. Unit Plans are of a typical unit. Square footages below do not include household unit shares in the greater than 3,000 square feet of common amenity space.

 

Unit Type

Config

Typical Size

Price Range

Remaining Units Available

Typical Unit Plan

Micro-Penthouse

1 Bed, 1 Bath

441 sq. ft.

$254,000

303,305

 and

A

1 Bed, 1 Bath

642 sq. ft.

$337,000

204

B

1.5 Bed, 1 Bath

887  sq. ft.

$427,000 – $477,000

201,301

 and

C

2 Bed, 2 bath

976 sq. ft.

$455,000

205

Loft

1 Bed, 1 bath

779 sq. ft.

$391,000

208

E

2.5 Bed, 2 bath

1,212 sq. ft.

$531,000

207

 

Our Site Sign Is Up!

We heard a rumour last week: our sign was going to be up on the lot soon.

To say there was anticipation would be an understatement. We checked the site daily, sometimes more than once a day. Then the posts were up and finally a group email was sent to let us know that the sign had been spotted on Friday, November 14, 2014.

Anticipation has transformed to excitement. The sign on the lot on Badham Boulevard is announcing this to be the site of “Regina’s First Cohousing Community”. We see the sign as an invitation to take action.

Why should you do this? Why should you check out this new form of housing that is coming to Regina?

  • You should do this because this is an exciting development in housing that in just 40 years has spread to many counties and proved successful.
  • You should do this if you are single, a single parent with children, married, married with children or retired.
  • You should do this if you want to own your own unit or may be interested in renting a unit.
  • You should do this if you think when people share everyday chores that it makes less work and you laugh a lot while doing them.
  • You should do this if you see yourself living in a building that functions as a community. A place where when you come home everyone knows your name.
  • You should do this if you want to live a more sustainably happy lifestyle.

Don’t hesitate to contact us at any time. We’d love to chat with you over coffee and tell you about our amazing community.

Murray

Construction Partners and Memberships

Prairie Spruce Commons is Regina’s first multi-generational cohousing community. We are committed to creating a beautiful, sustainable, apartment-style green building, with abundant common spaces. The building is intentionally designed to use resources wisely and to encourage cooperation as well as friendly interaction among residents and neighbours, individuals and families.

This multi-generational community is committed to inclusiveness, caring, and sharing, while respecting privacy.

Construction Partners and Memberships

Our Professional Partners

Connexus Cohousing Collaborative. Community organization and Project Management – Jasen Robillard and Chris ScottHanson

Pattison MGM Architectural Services Ltd. Local firm has designed many Regina landmarks and brings unique cohousing skills.

Beetle Green Consulting & Education. Community development and “green” buildings

Fiorante Homes and Commercial Ltd. experienced and respected Regina home builder

Associate Memberships

Associate Members are exploring the possibility of becoming equity members and living in and being a participant in the life and growth of Prairie Spruce Commons.  A community member “buddy” will be available to answer questions.  Associate members pay a $100.00 membership fee which allows active participation in design and community discussions.

Equity Memberships

Equity Members intend to live in Prairie Spruce Commons when it is built. Equity membership is 10% of the unit price and  is credited to the purchase price of their unit.

Being conscious of wanting to have a smaller ecological footprint I was instantly attracted to Prairie Spruce Commons when I heard their plans to build a cohousing complex to include sustainable features in the construction and operation of their project.  With emphasis on smaller individual space and shared common spaces and amenities, I was enthusiastic to find out more. …Suzanne