What is cohousing?

Cohousing is community designed to foster connection. Physical spaces allow neighbors to easily interact with others just outside private homes. Common areas including kitchen, dining space and gardens bring people together. Collaborative decision-making builds relationships.

Bellingham Cohousing
Capitol Hill Urban Cohousing
Cornerstone Village
Doyle Street Cohousing
Durham Cohousing
Duwamish Cohousing
East Lake Commons
Fresno Cohousing
Frog Song Cohousing
Germantown Cohousing
Hearthstone Cohousing
Mountain View Cohousing,
Nevada City Cohousing
Oak Creek Commons
PDX Commons
Pleasant Hill Cohousing
Silver Sage Cohousing
Swans Market
Tacoma Village Cohousing
Wild Sage Cohousing
Wolf Creek Lodge
Rocky Hill Cohousing
PDX Commons
Wild Sage Cohousing
Shadowlake Village
Quimper Village
PDX Commons
Pioneer Valley
Nevada City
East Lake Commons
Wild Sage Cohousing
Cornerstone Village
Cornerstone Village
Pioneer Valley Cohousing

Why cohousing?

So many reasons. In a way, it all comes down to making the world a better place. Connection, environmentalism, security and community support all draw neighbors to cohousing communities. We stay because we love our neighbors, the lifestyle we share and the growth we experience.

Learning about Cohousing