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Read: "My Big Cohousing Adventure in Langley[, B.C.]"

Elizabeth Rosenau has written a great summary of the genesis and ongoing work of building a 40-unit, dense cohousing project in Vancouver, B.C.

Her summary of the Compass Cohousing project's history and game plan is like reading how the Bull City Commons design, construction, and financing works (though we own the land and so do not pay a mortgage.)

This is a highly readable yet detailed look at what it takes to build a cohousing project from the ground up: incorporating the skills of your members, skilled advisors, taking the long view, and lots of lateral thinking.

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‘I don’t want to live alone’: co-living, community and affordable housing | Australian lifestyle | The Guardian Great overview of overview of collaborative living projects in Australia with a focus on

Co-housing increases gentle density while decreasing social isolation - rabble.ca Report from the small Canadian city of Oakville, Ontario, on an initiative to create co-housing specifically for women

Two different perspectives on what cohousing can offer: Where Home Blends With Community - The New York Times -- a NY Times photo essay on four cohousing residences in Belgium and the Netherlands, foc