Jack Macdonald Apartments
60-Unit Affordable Housing Development
The Mission Statement of Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes is to provide safe, sustainable housing communities for families. This 8-storey affordable housing building consists of 60 units comprised of one, two, and three bedrooms apartments. One third of the units will be accessible or barrier free. Laundry facilities and an amenity space are located on the ground floor. Landscape features include a park and gardening areas.
The building is comprised of cast-inplace concrete with masonry and aluminum siding veneer. The floors and roof are constructed of precast.
This project has been designed to the “Passive House” standard, making the building energy efficient, comfortable, affordable and ecological at the same time. Residents will benefit from cleaner air and lower utility costs.
SRM Architects Inc. VanBoxmeer & Stranges Engineering Ltd., M.A Bryan Engineering Inc, Fortech Engineering
Nov 2020 - Oct 2022
58,814 sq ft
Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes, Inc.
What our clients have to say...
"Kiwanis Homes contracted with MB in January 2021 to construct a new, eight-storey, sixty-unit affordable housing apartment building located at 6 Acorn Street in Hamilton, Ontario. This is a high-performance building which will house families and persons living with developmental disabilities. The building was completed in September 2022 and is currently in the process of rent-up. The entire project was completed during a time of global pandemic caused by the COVID-19 virus. The consequent staffing and supply chain challenges arising from the pandemic added an unforeseen layer of complexity to this project. Despite these challenges, the project was completed within the designated timeframes and on budget. During this project, we found the quality of MB’s work to be exceptional and the actions and demeanour of their team to be professional. We feel fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with their team and have no hesitation in recommending their services."