Since the completion of the Co:Here building, the Co:Here board has pivoted so that they can now assist other churches in exploring the development of affordable housing. Co:Here specializes in helping churches get to “base camp” in the development process.  They assist churches in this initial stage which includes articulating a clear vision, exploring what types of housing are possible, and securing initial funding. CityGate collaborates with Co:Here in this groundwork by resourcing and assisting churches in the visioning process. Tim and other Co:Here members are available to assist, facilitate, or accompany your church in this exploration and visioning process.


Co:Here Housing is a four-storey affordable housing building with 26 self-contained units with large indoor and outdoor community engagement spaces. Co:Here is founded on the conviction that people are made for community with a vision for creating intentional communities and relationships with vulnerable people in our neighbourhood. Co:Here brings together people from different economic backgrounds in a mutually transformative, supportive, and nurturing environment that allows vulnerable people to flourish. Residents of Co:Here journey together based on the principles of simplicity, community, respect, empowerment and sustainability.