A new way of living
Reserve residences offer a new style of luxury living. Designed for both long- and short-term rental, they are perfect for students, professionals or those looking for an urban escape. Featuring thoughtfully-curated amenities and stylish suites, the residences at Common at Reserve make it easy to enjoy the best of NYC.
A beautiful enclave of new homes with spectacular views of the avocado groves and surrounding natural preserves. The community features spacious floor plans, 9-foot ceilings, enviable apartment finishes and resort-style community amenities.
While the condition of housing on First Nation reserves varies widely, most communities are characterized by overcrowding, substandard construction and infrastructure, and limited access to economic opportunities and jobs. This is largely the result of cultural genocide and social disruption perpetrated over generations through colonial policies like the Indian Act and residential schools, along with the legacy of land dispossession.
Overcrowding contributes to a range of health and well-being issues, such as poor school achievement for children, low employment rates, high suicide rates among youth and seniors, and a lack of family and friend support networks. Inadequate water infrastructure is a significant problem, with many communities not having access to running water or electricity, and families having to use wood for heat, leading to tragic house fires in remote areas. These issues are exacerbated by the lack of affordable or suitable housing in the areas where most communities live. reserve residences