Cohousing in the News


Gazet van Antwerpen


Twintig jaar cohousing in De Drie Torekens: “Elke vrijdagavond happy hour”
Gazet van Antwerpen
Geen spoken, schimmige kasteelheren of… vuilniskarren. In het kasteel De Drie Torekens in Deurne-Noord wonen al vijftien jaar zes Antwerpse gezinnen. Van de veertien kinderen is het merendeel uitgevlogen, maar hun ouders denken (nog) niet aan weggaan ...

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Maine Public


News
Maine Public
Architect and businessman Chuck Durrett and journalist Deirdre Fulton discuss Cohousing, which is a type of collaborative housing wher residents actively participate in the design and operation of their own neighborhoods. Cohousing residents are ...


Curbed


This cohousing startup wants to help the working class
Curbed
Atticus LeBlanc, an Atlanta affordable housing developer, gets a fair amount of questions about PadSplit, his new housing concept that converts single-family homes into affordable shared living spaces. Most ask him how it's different than a traditional ...

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Het Belang van Limburg


14 kandidaten voor 12 plaatsen: vraag naar cohousing in Limb ...
Het Belang van Limburg
Eind dit jaar start in de Orgelwinningstraat in Stal de bouw van een aantal huizen voor cohousing. Het gaat om een nieuwbouwproject en de twaalf deelnemers...

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Kelowna Capital News


Letter: Cohousing is a great idea, but…
Kelowna Capital News
Re: UBCO civil engineer touts cohousing option, (Page A 20). This is and would be a great addition to any community. What is the cost for someone to live like this considering seniors and the disabled who live extremely isolated lives live in low cost ...

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Jacobin magazine


Carving Out the Commons - Jacobin
Jacobin magazine
Amanda Huron's new book grounds the romantic notion of urban commons in the everyday struggles of working people. Rowhouses along Wallach Place NW, Washington, D.C., as seen from the intersection with 13th Street. Ian Poellet / Wikimedia. Our new issue ...

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Dorset Echo


"We won!": Campaigners' joy after nine-year battle for affordable homes ends in success
Dorset Echo
Plan to build affordable homes at a cohousing scheme near Bridport will go ahead after an agreement was made at the eleventh hour – and after the community rallied to raise a quarter of a million pounds for it to go ahead. Bridport Cohousing, a ...

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