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Walnut Commons Cohousing

Cohousing is the ultimate expression of community – people who like each other, share each other it’s values and want to spend time together. In our case, cohousing is a condominium where you choose your neighbors. It’s a familiar community where decisions are made by consensus among friends. You will own your individual unit, and… Read More

Eno Commons

Eno Commons is a community of 22 houses clustered together on 11 acres in Durham, North Carolina. Our homes are either 1483 or 1974 square feet, with passive solar design and energy efficient geo-thermal heating and cooling. Homes are individually owned, but we share a common house (and common meals once or twice a week),… Read More

Clearwater Commons

Clearwater Commons is an inter-generational residential community, with participants ranging from small children to elders. We began forming in June 2006 when a group of families purchased a 7.4-acre site on North Creek, 11 miles north of Seattle, Washington. The site includes wetlands, wooded spaces, and a salmon stream. As of July, 2020 there are… Read More

Where in the World?

Looking for a way to stay connected through Covid? Read on for one idea from a forming community, including the invitation template you can use to do this in your community! Recently, Bay State Commons members gathered together (virtually, of course!) to share memories of important trips. WOW, our people do love to travel! From… Read More

Southside Park Cohousing

Cohousing is a type of collaborative housing in which residents actively participate in the operation of their condominium complex. Cohousing provides the privacy we are accustomed to within community. Cohousing residents commit to living as a community. The neighborhood’s physical design encourages both individual space and social contact. Private homes contain all the features of… Read More

Highline Crossing Cohousing

Highline Crossing began forming in 1991 and our community-designed homes were completed in stages between 1995 and 1997. 20+ years have given us time for the trees to grow and for us to grow some of our own traditions. We have put our own spin on an eclectic mix of holiday and celebratory events like… Read More

“Getting to Know You” Virtual Happy Hour

Join us for a virtual happy hour on Zoom. Grab your favorite beverage, log in with your video and mic ready to get to know some of the members from our community, our friends, and others who are interested in, or curious about cohousing in Eugene.  Email us to RSVP for the link to our… Read More

River Song Cohousing Informational Meeting

Come find out about an intrepid group in Eugene that is ready to build a cohousing community along the beautiful Willamette River & its system of bike & walking paths. A serene setting & exciting group to live amongst. We’ll have lots to share including site plan, units available & how to become an Explorer… Read More

Island Cohousing

Island Cohousing is a neighborhood of 16 houses and a collection of shared common facilities located on a 30-acre woodland site in West Tisbury, on the island of Martha’s Vineyard. It began in 1996 when John Abrams, president of South Mountain Company, a local design/build and development company, set to work with a core group… Read More

Bisbee Cohousing

Bisbee is a wonderful place to live and retire with its agreeable climate, lots of sunshine, beautiful scenery, and that small town friendly feel. You will find much to see and do here. Our award winning Copper Queen Library boasts an amazing history of events. In fact, the library is hosting a special Zoom presentation… Read More