Islamic Association Breaks Ground on Apartment Complex for Muslim Seniors

Mayor Drew Dilkens, and fellow members of City Council joined Rosati and the Windsor Islamic community at the official ground breaking ceremony of a five-building, 30-unit complex project.
The Windsor Islamic Association Foundation was established in 1956. Since 1969 it has been operating at the corner of Dominion and Northwood, where the city’s first mosque was built.
The development sits on 1.3 acres, adjacent to the east of the Windsor Mosque, and will consist of five buildings all at two storeys in height that will achieve a complementary design relationship between the new and the existing neighbourhood.
Each apartment building will have six individual suites that are geared to the Windsor Islamic senior population. The development will be beautifully landscaped including a common parkette the tenants can utilize.

“This project has been years in the making. We chose Rosati because of their reputation. They have been amazing with the planning and dealing with the City on the construction details. They are thorough, pay attention to all the details and they came well recommended. Rosati’s work goes above and beyond.” – Atiq Nakrawala, Windsor Islamic Association Foundation

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