A new 64-unit seniors' complex has opened in southern Alberta.
The federal and provincial governments have contributed about eight-million dollars toward the 15-point-eight-million-dollar cost of the facility in Lethbridge.
The complex is located near shopping, medical services and walking trails along a nearby lake.
It offers a mixed-income rental model based on household income and all units are fully or partially accessible.
Lethbridge and Region Community Housing Corporation CAO Robin James says there are currently around 600 seniors on a waitlist who are looking for appropriate accommodations in the city.
Seniors will start to move into their new homes in Southgate in late August.
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