SASKATOON, SASK.— The Government of Saskatchewan, the City of Saskatoon and Newrock Developments have jointly opened Sage Meadows, a new housing project.
This townhouse community in Saskatoon is designed to provide affordable and barrier-free living spaces.
Sage Meadows features 10 units, with four homes allocated for low-income families and six designed as barrier-free to accommodate individuals with physical disabilities. Spinal Cord Injury Saskatchewan, a non-profit organization, will oversee support services and tenant placement, focusing on practical and universally accessible homes.
The project’s total funding of $585,250 includes contributions from multiple sources: $250,000 from the Saskatchewan Housing Corporation through the Saskatchewan Co-Investment Program, an equal amount of $250,000 provided by the City of Saskatoon, and $85,250 from Newrock Developments.
This initiative is part of the Saskatchewan Housing Corporation’s broader commitment, which has seen an investment of $830 million since 2007.