Seven one-bedroom and two-bedroom townhouses in Coburg house a mix of older single women and single mothers with children.

Two, 2 bedroom apartments in a 22-apartment development in Cheltenham were completed in early January 2016 and houses two single mothers with children on low incomes.

In 2010 WPI purchased 14 new apartments at University Hill, Bundoora. The complex consists of six, three-storey blocks of apartments, in a landscaped parkland setting.

Targeting women on low to moderate incomes, the one and two bedroom apartments are spacious with well appointed features including dishwasher and  private balcony.

In 2010, as part of VicUrban’s mandate to work in partnership with housing providers to develop more inclusive residential estates, WPI built two, three bedroom houses in the Aurora Estate.

These seven star energy rated homes feature recycled water and fibre optic connection.

In 2010 seven houses in the western suburb of Truganina, near Hoppers Crossing and Werribee were completed.

Situated within a new residential estate, the houses target mothers on low to moderate incomes.

The three bedroom and four bedroom houses feature gas ducted heating, split system air conditioning, solar hot water service, dishwasher, family bathroom, separate laundry and ensuite. A number of the homes have been modified to improve access for people of limited mobility.

In 2010, WPI acquired nine apartments in the redeveloped 94 year old, heritage listed Barkly Theatre in Footscray. The complex consists of 60 apartments and four ground floor retail shops.

Targeting women on low to moderate incomes, the one and two bedroom apartments are spacious and well appointed with split system heating and air conditioning, dishwasher and private balcony.

In 2011 eight houses have been built in Tarneit, a new suburb adjoining Truganina.

Situated within a new residential estate, the houses target mothers on low to moderate incomes.

The three bedroom and four bedroom houses feature gas ducted heating, split system air conditioning, solar hot water service, dishwasher, family bathroom, separate laundry and ensuite.

Six, two bedroom apartments in a 69 apartment development in Brunswick were completed in mid 2011.

Three of the apartments are supported by the Matrix Guild who provide a range of services to older and/or disabled lesbian women. Matrix made a generous financial contribution to the purchase and, with the assistance of the developer Deal Corporation, some apartments are modified for disabled access.

In 2003-04, WPI built 11, three and four bedroom homes in Roxburgh Park in Melbourne’s northern western suburbs.These were funded by the Office of Housing and constructed by Homes 1 (now Como Constructions).

In 2005, WPI built eight houses in the northern suburb of Cairnlea. Six of these were for women exiting correctional facilities.

In 2009 another two houses were added to the development with funding from the Victorian Property Fund and Melbourne City Mission.