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The Kiwanis Chateau is an upscale 55+ community located in the heart of downtown Winnipeg. Our affordable Life Lease program starts as low as $51,000 and provides our residents with the flexibility and comfort provided by an affordable lifestyle.
New residents can make their suite their own before moving in by choosing our “Residents Choice” program. This investment not only allows you to customize your suite to your exact tastes, but once seven years have passed we’ll return 80% of your initial investment to you, even if you’re still living in the suite.
Below are some of the most commonly-asked questions. Don’t see your question on the list? Get in touch and ask us.
How much is a Life Lease entrance fee?
A Kiwanis Chateau life lease starts at $51,000 for our Club one bedroom suite plus a monthly fee of $854. View our full price schedule or call Dennis McGowan our building manager at (204) 943-8647 for details.
What are the benefits of a Life Lease?
A Life Lease combines the best features of ownership and renting. Between the low entrance fee and monthly maintenance fee, you can keep more of the equity left over from the sale of your home to spend on the things you love: travel, shopping, leisure activities, and more.
How many suites are there any suites currently available?
Yes. There are some 1 bedroom suites available with inventory constantly changing. Best to give us a call, 204-943-8647, to discuss your move in date.
Is there grocery shopping nearby?
We have a shuttle bus which takes our residents to the Madison Square Safeway ever Monday.
Can I have pets?
Residents can have up to two cats in their suite. We do not allow dogs.
Is there parking nearby?
We offer heated underground parking for $85/month in addition to your monthly payments.
Are there guest suites available?
Yes. There are guest suites available which can be rented for visiting family and friends.
Is the building monitored and secure?
Yes. There is controlled access to the building and parking, a closed circuit television monitoring system, and a security guard on duty every night.