Innovations In Co-Housing

Colorado, which is home to one of the hottest co-housing markets in the country, seeks to add diversity to its projects.
June 16, 2003, 11am PDT | Chris Steins | @urbaninsight
Share Tweet LinkedIn Email Comments

"People who live in co-housing communities said they were drawn to them because the developments allow them to build close relationships with their neighbors. Homes in the developments typically face a central courtyard and have a common house, where residents gather for meals once or twice a week... But the real key to co-housing, residents said, is the day-to-day interaction fostered by the communities. Residents walk freely into one another's homes and often take care of one another's children."

Thanks to Laura Kranz

Full Story:
Published on Monday, June 16, 2003 in The Denver Post
Share Tweet LinkedIn Email