Reserve Residences are designed to make life a little easier. Whether you choose to rent an individual studio apartment or a three-bedroom coliving suite, you’ll enjoy bright interiors and bold fixtures alongside the little touches that make everyday living that much easier, like in-unit laundry and keyless entry. And outside your door, you’ll find incredible amenities.
The tucked-away feeling fosters peace, privacy and neighborliness in this family friendly community. This gated enclave features 10 of ICI Homes’ most spacious floor plans ranging from 2,926 square feet Egret II to 4,135 square feet Augusta. These home collections feature luxurious primary suites and chef-inspired kitchens with panoramic doors for indoor/outdoor living. The Reserve is only minutes from Orchard Hills Shopping Center, acclaimed Northwood High School and easy access to Interstate 270 and the Beltway.
Myth: First Nations peoples live in free housing on reserves
Despite a plethora of new initiatives to support Aboriginal peoples in Canada, the reality is that many communities struggle with socio-economic issues such as inadequate and inefficient housing. These problems often persist in communities that lack their own sources of income or high employment, which is the norm for Aboriginal reserves. Those without these advantages struggle with overcrowding, poor quality housing and low rates of economic activity. As a result, more and more of Canada’s First Nations peoples are choosing to move away from reserves. This trend has been fueled by the poor condition of many reserves and a legacy of discriminatory laws, residential schools and the Sixties Scoop. reserve residences