With mainly two- and three-bedroom units, this housing complex has 58 units ideally suited for families. This complex was purchased in September 2009 using $6,759,701 from the Government of Alberta, $724,000 from The City of Calgary and a $3.15 million mortgage, of which $2.2 million was paid off in 2016 through the RESOLVE Campaign and KAIROS Calgary. KAIROS Calgary also helps with building projects and resident support. CUPS provides resident referrals, income testing, supports and community building.