BERKELEY MOSHAV in Berkeley, CA: a 20-25 household Jewish community that intends to be diverse in age, income, family structure, and Jewish observance and to have a kosher community kitchen. If this vision peaks your interest, contact them or attend an upcoming event to learn more. Visit their website.
FLOWER CITY COHOUSING in Rochester, NY is committed to building an multigenerational, urban community within Rochester’s city limits. Their clear path to membership is detailed online, with monthly orientation sessions available. More info here.
GORGE COHOUSING in Hood River, OR envisions a neighborhood that’s safe, diverse, multigenerational, and family oriented, where people play, enjoy each other’s company, share meals, an art studio, music studio, woodworking shop, gardens and children’s play areas. More info here.
MISSION PEAK COHOUSING in Fremont, CA is establishing a multi-generational cohousing community in the Fremont area. They are actively searching for a site, continually educating themselves, and welcoming potential members. To learn how to get involved at this crucial time and for more info on Mission Peak Cohousing’s upcoming events, email MissionPeakCohousing@gmail.com.
NOVATO COHOUSING NOW in Marin, CA is forging the real relationships and commitments needed to build a community. Their goal over the next few months is to learn more about each other, establish and strengthen their community’s values, and have those honest conversations about what it really takes to “Get-It-Built.” More info here.
SHEPHERD VILLAGE in Shepherdstown, WV has purchased 19 acres and grown to 14 household members. Learn more on their newly updated website. More info here.
VILLAGE HEARTH COHOUSING in Durham, NC is currently gathering folks to create a new cohousing community in Durham, NC, of LGBTs, friends, & allies with the intention of aging in place in community. More info here.