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Frankfort Family Reena Residence

A New Affordable Housing Project for People with Disabilities in Toronto

Since 1973, Reena has been providing supportive housing, programming and employment services for individuals with diverse needs including autism and mental health challenges.

Housing remains one of the most challenging issues facing individuals with disabilities and their families.

12,000 people with developmental disabilities in Ontario are waiting for specialized housing.

As a sector leader in housing development and innovation, Reena is once again stepping up to fulfill community needs with a new housing project.

The Frankfort Family Reena Residence

This new building will be modeled on the success of the Sandy Keshen Reena Residence and the Lou Fruitman Reena Residence.

These housing models enhance quality of life, while saving Ontario millions of dollars.

The Frankfort Family Reena Residence

  • Will be located on Elm Ridge Drive in Toronto’s upper Forest Hill neighbourhood
  • Will provide a much needed home for an estimated 160 individuals
  • Will include specialized units for complex health care and units designed for independent or shared living arrangements
  • Will include floors specifically designed to serve people with mental health issues
  • Will include amenities such as programming spaces, respite suites, a gymnasium, a garden and underground parking

    “We are proud to support Reena’s newest residential project that will help address the urgent need for specialized housing in our community. This project will be life changing for people with disabilities and their families and we are honoured to be involved.” – THE FRANKFORT FAMILY

Naming opportunities include:

  • Suites $18,000 to $72,000
  • Program Spaces $36,000 to $360,000

CLICK HERE for a complete list of naming opportunities.

For more information please contact:


Sheila Lampert
Executive Director

C 416.723.1369


Lou Fruitman Reena Residence

  • Opened in 2021
  • Home to 137 residents with diverse needs
  • Includes an entire floor of programming spaces –the Azrieli Hub
  • Has increased supports designed to serve people with mental health issues
  • Provides accessibility with 24/7 resources

Naming opportunities available, starting at $18,000.

Sandy Keshen Reena Residence

  • Opened in 2012
  • Home to 84 adults with developmental, physical and/or mental health needs
  • Innovative, leading model of integrated housing and support services for adults with disabilities in North America