1. How do I ask for a specific floor or orientation?
You may put a specific floor and orientation that you would like in the “Preferences Section” of the application. We will try to accommodate your request if possible.
2. Why do you need information about my income?
100 Lower Ossington Avenue was built with the assistance of the federal, provincial, and municipal governments. The rents are established by CMHC and are lower than open market rents in the surrounding areas. As a condition of the government’s funding, there is a gross family income ceiling. This income ceiling is not flexible.
3. What is a Notice of Assessment?
Your Notice of Assessment (NOA) is the document that the government returns to you after you file your taxes. Right at the top of the form is line 150, total income.
4 What do I do if I don't have a Notice of Assessment?
If you have lost yours you can call the Canadian Revenue Agency at 1-800-959-8281 and ask them to send you another copy. You will need your Social Insurance Number when you call. If you do not have a Notice of Assessment for other reasons please contact 416-486-4270 ext 2502, leave a message and someone will return your call.
5. I am currently living with family/friends. Whom do I list as my landlord?
List the property owner or the person who holds the lease with the owner. If you are not paying rent, please indicate that on the application.
6. I am self-employed. Whom do I list as my employer?
You may write "self-employed".
2. What are the secure bicycle parking?
There are bicycle racks in a secure room in the underground parking garage. Applicants who are allocated a space in the secure bicycle room will need to provide more information about their bicycle.
3. Is there parking
There is underground parking available. Parking is $140/month and is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
4. Is there security in the building?
The building is equipped with a network of security cameras as well as electronic access to the building and to various facilities in the building such as car parking, bicycle parking and various common area rooms. The building will also be well staffed for the building’s property management after occupancy.
5. When can I move in?
Move-ins will begin early Summer 2012. Please do not give notice of moving out to your current landlord until you receive written notice from us. We do not know now the exact date when move-ins will start.
6. Can I see samples of the finishes?
When you come to sign a Lease you will see the board with the interior finishes of your apartment and of the common areas.