Author: Nicolas Francart, https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Nicolas_Francart There are many different ways of sharing space, from coworking to coliving, and even many different forms of coliving (eco-villages, shared apartments, student rooms with shared kitchens, etc). A recently published paper (https://doi.org/10.5334/bc.34) explores the drivers and barriers to space sharing. The article doesn’t provide a recipe for success for cohousing,… Read More
We are a self-managed, self-directed intentional community. We will design and build our homes in order to live independently, and we will co-own a community house and grounds to support both privacy and rich social connections. We are united and guided by shared core values and our desire to form a neighborhood that is caring,… Read More
Cedar Cohousing LLC is a Group that wants to create a multi-generational urban community that is founded on the principles of participatory decision-making and problem solving. Each member will contribute his/her talents to enable personal and community well being as well as care of the environment. Our community will include about 30 eco-friendly residences. Each… Read More
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We live on 39 forested acres in south Snohomish County, about 25 miles northeast from Seattle. Sharingwood is a lot-development cohousing model, where members buy lots and build their own homes to meet individual budgets and tastes. There is a mixture of owners and rental spaces and while most homes are pretty middle-class standard we… Read More