Develop community with CABN

CABN designs rapid, solar powered, sustainable homes, as well as the communities they exist in.

Individual units can be leveraged to work in networks, offering energy efficient communities that can function on and off-grid, bringing their own decentralized micro-grid.

This offers an excellent alternative to ageing infrastructure, while also providing an option to develop in remote and rural locations, independent of municipal infrastructure systems.

CABN has created a systematic planning process to guide clients through key steps related to community creation:

  • Vision planning
  • Pre-consultation development
  • Municipal submission

The goal for this process is to equip developers, municipalities, and hospitality clients with the tools to bring sustainable, off-grid, non-invasive housing to regions throughout North America.

CABN’s design and technology align with government housing strategies, offering sustainable and efficient options at affordable prices. Larger communities of CABNs create a targeted approach to support the provision of affordable housing through rental markets. 

For affordable housing in municipalities, CABN communities can provide rental rates at or below market rates for individuals who require them. 

Moreover, CABN communities can help municipalities unlock key land opportunities, whether through rezoning or via additional residential unit (ARU) bylaw amendments. On and off-grid options support a variety of locations and applications for municipalities and housing partners.

CABN communities

Through housing creation, CABN can partner with a municipality, contributing to larger economic development goals such as job creation, tourism, and hospitality. Public-private partnerships open up targeted development opportunities in other housing settings, such as staff housing for manufacturing, healthcare, and research activities.