Landlord and property developer
The Woodnote is a project developed and owned by UTILE (Unité de travail pour l’implantation de logement étudiant), a non-profit organization with a mandate to study, develop, and promote affordable cooperative student housing in Quebec. UTILE’s mission has led it to develop housing projects to meet the needs of students across the province.
The Woodnote Solidarity Coop
The solidarity cooperative is the manager of the community life of the building and offers its members the possibility of joining various committees!
SHAPEM, a non-profit partner organization, will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day management of the Cooperative’s building―things like collecting rent and making repairs. SHAPEM already manages hundreds of affordable housing units and is recognized for both its flexibility and rigour.
On campus resource
The CSU’s Off-Campus Housing and Job Resource Centre (HOJO) is your resource for housing issues and is an important partner in the Woodnote project. They can provide more information about the Woodnote to students and members of the Concordia community. Visiting HOJO does not require an appointment; simply come by their office in the Hall Building Mezzanine (H-224) if you have questions or require assistance.