Wyandotte Co-op has vacancies on studio apartments! They are also taking names for their standard one bedroom waiting list. *Applicants aged 55 years or older who are verified physically disabled (mobility impaired) individuals are eligible for residency and may request reasonable modifications to make their unit more accessible. All applicants who are aged 55-61 must submit a complete Verification of Disability Status-Mobility Impairment for Buildings Built Prior to 1977 form to certify their eligibility.
Wyandotte Co-op Apartments was CSI Support & Development's first building, and it has a unique environment that is unlike any other senior building. They offer a family-like atmosphere where residents have the opportunity to develop friendships through activities and events.
Wyandotte Co-op Apartments does not allow smoking in any common areas, and within 25 feet of the building.
The building is located in a historical downriver suburb right on the Detroit River with a beautiful park next door. The location is perfect for enjoying city festivals and it provides a breathtaking view for summer fireworks displays. All units have newer kitchen cabinets, carpet and stoves. Most of our studio apartments have been converted into spacious one-bedroom units.
Living in a co-op means living in a building that is controlled by the resident members. The resident members vote on all major operating decisions, including writing the annual budget. The membership also includes privileges such as serving in elected or appointed positions, voting in co-op elections, CSI board elections, corporate bylaw changes or other matters coming before the members. Resident members have the opportunity to attend many different functions throughout the year, including the CSI annual luncheon. Becoming part of a CSI co-op allows you to enjoy the benefits of apartment living while retaining control of your environment. We offer daily tours and are here to answer any questions!