Intracorp has partnered with the Finnish Canadian Rest Home Association (FCRHA) to design and construct a seniors’ rental apartment building. In conjunction to the rental building, Intracorp intends to build and sell a townhome community on the remainder of the site. This project was approved by the City of Coquitlam and construction will begin August 2017 with an anticipated completion date of Spring 2019.
Recognizing the trend towards intelligent urbanization, Intracorp has concentrated its efforts on bringing new homes to where people actually want to live. Today, every home we create is designed to fit in an established neighbourhood – and enrich that neighbourhood’s profile at the same time.
You’ll see this principle at work at Black+Whites and Nelson on Foster in Coquitlam. You’ll see it at Vista Place and Ventana in North Vancouver, at Jacobsen in South Main and at Chancellor Place at UBC.
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Formed in 1958, FCRHA is a not-for-profit, charitable organization created in response to the Finnish immigrants who moved to Canada to work in the primary industries. A concerned group of Finnish immigrants recognized a need for affordable housing and quality care for seniors and the retired workers, and felt a responsibility to look after them. As such, the FCRHA was created with the goal to provide superior care for seniors of Finish and Estonian ancestry, and other seniors in need who have reached the point in their lives when they require a higher level of care.
In 1979, FCRHA approached the City of Coquitlam with a proposal to develop the site into seniors’ housing but the proposal was postponed due to the lack of infrastructure. FCRHA went on to develop two facilities: the Finnish Home in southern Vancouver, and the Finnish Manor in Burnaby. The partnership with Intracorp means that their vision for senior housing in Coquitlam is coming to fruition.
The site was previously owned by Kusti and Leonda Koski who farmed and raised turkeys on the property. The five-acre far was a popular destination to pick-up turkeys for the festive season. In the very early days of founding the FCRHA, the Koski home was the location of numerous fundraising and social gatherings. In 1967, the Koski’s donated their land to FCRHA to assist then in achieving their organization mendate of providing homes for seniors.
September 31 – October 31, 2017
Removal / installation of fences encroaching on City park property. Intracorp will be issuing a letter shortly clarifying how we will assist with this issue.
August 14, 2017
Tree clearing commences on site. Tree clearing and site preparation will be ongoing through Fall 2017.
All construction work being done on 1226 Johnson Street will adhere to the City of Coquitlam’s Construction Noise Bylaw. You can read more about it here.
July 31, 2017
Coquitlam City Council approves rezoning and development permit for 1226 Johnson Street.
November 14th, 2016
Thank you for Coming to our Open House
The Finnish Canadian Rest Home Association and Intracorp wish to express our thanks to everyone who attended our Open House on Monday, November 7th. If you were unable to attend the event and wish to review the information presented at the Open House, the presentation boards have been made available here.
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