Coté Terrace provides 80 affordable, independent living apartment units for seniors who are able to care for themselves and that do not require on site staff assistance.

Rent Geared to Income (RGI)

  • 40 of the 80 units are rent geared to income (RGI) apartments. They are available through the Region of Halton Community Housing program.

  • For those interested in assisted living at Coté Terrace, the Region of Halton contact information is included on the 'Contact Us' page.

Affordable Market Rent (AMR)​

  • The other 40 units are affordable market rent (AMR) apartments.

  • In the context of community housing, 'affordable market rent' is set after determining the average rate for the rent of similar commercial apartments in the area. 

  • The Residential Tenancies Act (RTA) sets the maximum allowable year to year rent increase for AMR tenants and it is typically around 1.5 to 2%.  ​

Coté Terrace is an independent living facility for seniors but is designed to be accessible and to accommodate mobility aids such as walkers, wheelchairs and ‘scooters’. Entrance doors are equipped with accessibility pad release mechanisms.

All apartments are accessible for walkers and have some additional accessibility design features. Four (4) apartments are designed to be 'barrier free'.​​​

More information regarding accessibility features of the building and apartments is provided in the 'Our Building Features' page found on the dropdown menu 'About'.

'Our​ Building Features' is under revision and currently not available.​​​

Resident Parking

Resident parking is available on site for a separate monthly fee. Some parking spaces are sheltered under the building and some are open.

Visitor Parking

Visitor parking is available near the main entrance to the building and at the end of the building by the resident parking garage. 

Accessibility Parking

Accessibility parking spaces are available in both the resident parking and visitor parking areas.


Utilities -water, waste water (sewage) and electricity, are included in the rent paid for the apartment.

Services for cable television, telephone and internet are the responsibility of the resident.  The resident selects the service they would like, makes arrangements to have it installed and pays the monthly fees for it.

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