Colorado's newest cohousing site will feature 35 "green-built" and sustainably designed homes with a 6,000 sq. ft. common house and views of the Continental Divide and elk-filled meadows. Developer Jim Tawney, a long-time Estes Park resident and founding member of Mary's Meadow Cohousing, has purchased and secured all approvals on a 5-acre parcel that lies just two miles from the Estes Park town center and a mile from the south entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. The 1 - 4 bedroom homes include free-standing, duplex and quadraplex units with costs ranging from market rate to the more affordable. This will be a multigenerational community with families, singles and those aged 55-plus. Interest in the neighborhood is high, with a 2008 projected move-in. The mountain town of Estes Park (pop. 10,000) is easily accessible from all Colorado Front Range cities and is about 1 to 1-1/2 hours drive from Denver, Boulder, Fort Collins and Greeley. Visit the website for more information or call 303-413-8066.