Brookside Village Co-operative Homes Inc. is located at 8175 McLeod Road, Niagara Falls, ON L2H 3A5. We are located at the corner of McLeod and Kalar Road.
We are in close proximity to banking, both public and catholic elementary and high school schools, shopping, entertainment, restaurants, Boys and Girls Club of Niagara, YMCA, McBain Community Centre and are on a major bus route. We are located minutes from QEW exit McLeod Road.
Brookside Village is a 64 unit townhouse complex. We are comprised of 2 & 3 bedroom units only. All units have laundry hook up available. Our community centre also has a laundry room with 3 washers and 4 dryers for member convenience. Utilities, both gas and hydro are not included in our monthly charges.
We also have 3 fully modified accessible units. Our accessible units also have laundry hook up in the bathroom. Our accessible units have wheelchair access in the front and back of unit, lower cabinets in kitchen, stove controls on front of appliances, and washroom has roll in shower with adjustable showerhead.
All units have working smoke detectors on each floor with a carbon monoxide detector located on the second floor. Only 3 bedroom townhomes have powder room on main floor.
Our Pet Policy includes one dog with a maximum weight of 50 pounds and 2 indoor cats.
We do have a play area located behind the community centre.
Office hours are Mondays and Thursdays from: 9am-2pm.
What Is A Co-op? Is Co-op Living Right For Me?
Co-op living is an exciting alternative to owning or renting. . Housing co-ops are independent, self directing, legal associations. . The people who live in co-ops make up the co-op membership. You are a member not a tenant! . Co-ops are democratic organizations, so members of the co-op have a vote in the affairs of their community, budgets', audits, ByLaws, and elections.
Who Lives In A Housing Co-op?
People who want to live as part of a community. . People for whatever reason, do not want to rent or own a home. . People who will be active in their community, participating in landscaping and grass cutting, snow removal, social events, member committees and the care and maintenance of their unit and community.
Co-op Members Are.....
Responsible for their own financial well being. . Willing to encourage friendliness while respecting the rights of others. . Comfortable living within a community of different race, creeds, colours, social backgrounds and income levels. Committed to the principles of co-operation!
Co - operative Principles
1. Voluntary and Open Membership:
2. Democratic Member Control:
3. Member Economic Participation:
4. Autonomy and Independence:
5. Education Traininq, and Information:
6. Co-operation Among Co-operatives:
7. Concern for Community: