Cohousing in the News

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Lakewood Sentinel


Ice Cream Social
Lakewood Sentinel
Ralston Creek Cohousing of Arvada is an intentional, collaborative community. We will bring together the value of private homes with shared resources, services and social activities. We are planning an urban-style cohousing community nestled in the ...

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Lakewood Sentinel


Ice Cream Social
Lakewood Sentinel
Ralston Creek Cohousing of Arvada is an intentional, collaborative community. We will bring together the value of private homes with shared resources, services and social activities. We are planning an urban-style cohousing community nestled in the ...

and more »

  1. Ice Cream Social  Lakewood Sentinel
  2. Full coverage
  1. Ice Cream Social  Lakewood Sentinel
  2. Full coverage

Freepress Online


Belfast Cohousing: Living at the Speed of Trust
Freepress Online
The modern inception of cohousing, which comes from Denmark and started to make a mark in America in the 1980s, values living in a community and building relationships with less constraints than religious communities tend to have and more autonomy ...


Diablo Magazine


National Cohousing Day: Senior Cohousing Reception
Diablo Magazine
Why: On the occasion of National Cohousing Day, this is an opportunity to learn about senior cohousing, which has been extolled as an antidote for the isolation and loneliness of aging for active older adults who are interested in participating in an ...


Diablo Magazine


National Cohousing Day: Senior Cohousing Reception
Diablo Magazine
What: Senior Cohousing Reception. Phoenix Commons is celebrating its second anniversary as an intentional cohousing community in Oakland's Jingletown neighborhood. When: Sunday, April 29 at 9 am. Join us for coffee, bagels, a short presentation on ...


Gainesville Sun


Cohousing about 'getting to know your neighbor'
Gainesville Sun
Florida's first cohousing community, in northwest Gainesville, aims to bond residents through shared meals, chores and resources. The idea is to create a neighborhood that harkens back to simpler times. Mary Logan, a 72-year-old Baltimore native now ...


Vancouver Courier


Lonely? Maybe cohousing is one of the cures
Vancouver Courier
Kim's complex in Seattle opened in 2016. At a Ted2017 Conference in Vancouver, she presented a talk called, “How cohousing can make us happier (and live longer),” which addressed the idea of loneliness and how it can be the result of built environments.


Shareable (blog)


These 4 cohousing projects are creating thriving communities
Shareable (blog)
Cohousing can result in the mothers sharing their food and child care; it reduces financial costs, frees up time, and enables mutual support. Membership is free, and with 120,000 members registered, there are CoAbode members in many U.S. cities ...

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