Toronto’s first modular supportive housing project opened its doors on the weekend, with 56 studio apartment spaces meant to move people out of the city’s homeless shelter system.

The building at 11 Macey Ave., near the Victoria Park subway station, is one of two modular sites approved this year by Toronto council. The other, at 150 Harrison St. near Dundas St. W. and Dovercourt Rd. in Toronto’s west end, is expected to welcome its first occupants to its 44 studio apartments sometime in the coming weeks.