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Yesterday, a piece about senior cohousing in the DC area appeared online in Washingtonian Magazine's March 2015 issue. The article features Ann Zabaldo, a cohousing developer and Takoma Village resident. Eastern Village Cohousing is also given mention, as is Chuck Durrett of McCamant...
Views since 5/2014: 4,340
We've all come across the kinds of stories that are meant to be shared. An article a friend recommends or a radio program we hear on the way to work and can't stop thinking about all day. Well, cohousing has been in the story spotlight lately - and with Conference registration having recently...
Views since 5/2014: 2,779
I’m excited to introduce a new project recently launched at CoHousing Partners: in Nevada City, CA. I’ve started a Q...
Views since 5/2014: 6,296
My son and his dad went up in a small private plane this past weekend, and took this amazing picture of Mosaic Commons and Camelot Cohousing. Our land extends to the North (left in the picture) for another 50+ acres, but this shows all of the built area.
Views since 5/2014: 5,371
On Cohousing-L, a member of a forming group asked a smart question: "What SHOULD we be worried about?" Philip Dowds, an architect living in Cornerstone Cohousing in Cambridge Cohousing replied: Plan on delay. Plan on surprising cost increases. Plan on flogging your way past disappointments...
Views since 5/2014: 5,275
This past weekend, we at Manzanita Village celebrated the twentieth anniversary of Northern Arizona’s first and only Cohousing community. For those of you who are not familiar with the term ”cohousing”, suffice it to say that it is a community that is created by the people who live there. How...
Views since 5/2014: 3,295
Steve Einstein, Two Acre Wood, Sebastopol, California The other night, I went with the kids to visit some old friends. Their small house was a fixer-upper that they’d spent a good amount of time remodeling and their finished product is absolutely adorable. And my God, the backyard was massive and...
Views since 5/2014: 2,062


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