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Times are approximate. We hope you will join us for the full day.

Note: Unlike our larger online conferences, for this event we will not have multiple sessions in each timeslot.

9:0010:00 11:0012:00Welcome, Introductions and Coho Vocab with Karin & Karen
9:3010:3011:3012:30Intentional Relationships – Grace Kim
Life is better when you live with neighbors who are intentional about being in relationship with you. Grace Kim will be sharing how intentional relationships make all the difference for cohousing communities.
10:1511:15 12:151:15Break
10:4511:4512:451:45Social Infrastructure – Madison communities
How do cohousers connect with one another? One way is to by organizing themselves to nurture relationships. From community workdays to meal programs, learn how social infrastructure feeds social connection.
11:4012:401:402:40Physical Design – Molly Jones
The way we design our homes, the site they are on, and the property we share makes a huge difference for how we relate to each other. Come hear the learned wisdom of how physical design supports community relationships.
12:251:252:253:25Find your community home in our Exhibit Hall
1:002:003:004:00CohoUS services and Website
1:302:303:304:30End of event.


Alpenglow CoHousing

Small Town, Ridgway, CO

Building, move in Spring 2022


We are surrounded by incredible mountains. We can walk to all parts of town. We have access to every sort of outdoor sport, music and art. We are committed to communication and community.

Working with: Katie McCamant, Shelly Parks, Frederick Zimmer (Colorado builder)

Cohousing ABQ

Rural, Albuquerque, NM

Designing, move in Dec 2021


Our 27 homes will be built to the Passive House Net Zero standard. We have a diverse mix of gardeners, cooks, musicians and also scientists and engineers in our group. A very friendly and likable bunch! Explore with us. We’d love to get to know you!

Working with: Jim Leach / Wonderland Hill Development Company

Cohousing Houston
Urban, Houston, TX
Designing, Move in Sept 2022
A Village inside the Loop: We are a group of people interested in developing the first ever cohousing community in Houston, one of the most wonderfully diverse and dynamic cities in the country.
Working with: Katie McCamant, Caddis Collaborative, Karen Gimnig, Shelly Parks

Newark Area Cohousing

Suburban, Newark, DE

Seeking members


We are the first cohousing group forming in low tax Delaware, and Newark is a beautiful and vibrant college town. We are near to the beach, major east coast cities and the Chesapeake Bay.


River Song Cohousing

Urban, Eugene, OR

Seeking members, Move in Summer 2022


We are situated next to the Willamette River along the off road bike path system that Eugene is famous for. This is one of the best places in West Coast to live with active progressive community. We are the city of Arts and Outdoor pursuits.

Working With: Chuck Durrett, Katie McCamant, Shelly Parks, UD&P, Essex Construction



Sunnyside Village Cohousing

Suburban, Marysville, WA

Seeking Members, Move in Sept 2022


Commuting distance from Seattle. Rural feeling yet big city amenities close. Already established our organic garden, orchard, berry patch and chicken coop. Near by snow skiing, hiking, boating and fishing. Individual cottages on fee simple lots.

Working With: Grace Kim, Chris ScottHanson, Karen Gimnig

Heartwood Commons

Suburban: Tulsa OK

Under Construction, Move in Spring 2022


Heartwood Commons in Tulsa is building a vibrant, progressive 55+ cohousing community in one of our country’s most livable cities. Prices start at $258,000. Tulsa features a small town feel, the amenities of a larger city, and a low cost of living.

Working With: CoHousing Solutions/Katie McCamant; Jones Design Studio/Molly Jones; Caddis Collaborative/Bryan Bowen; CoVision Consulting/Shelley Parks; Karen Gimnig; Stava Building Corporation

Hope Family Village

Suburban, Williamsburg, VA

Finalizing Land, Move in 2023


Hope Family Village is a community of support and acceptance for caregivers and their loved ones struggling with mental health challenges. The Virginia General Assembly has set aside a 25 acre parcel of state surplus property for our project.

Working With: Laura Fitch

Our Home – Cathedral Park

Urban, Portland, OR

Under Development, Move in 2023

Multigenerational, Diverse Abilities

We are creating a vibrant, compassionate, and stable community based on strengths, mutual interests, and shared values, using a groundbreaking approach to building community for individuals and families of diverse abilities, ages, and income levels.

Working With: UD+P, Mahlum Architects

What is Cohousing ^ Bios  ^ Registration ^ Schedule & Sessions ^ Online Conference FAQ