- You know your neighbors.
- You own your own home.
- Your kids always have someone to play with, and always have a babysitter available.
- You live sustainably, with a small carbon footprint.
- You share some meals, laundry and work space, pool, garden, maybe even a car.
- You age in place, that is, stay in your home as long as possible.
All these, and more, are possible in cohousing, a return to village life, in which owner-residents design and manage their own community.
We'll show a short slideshow explaining cohousing.
And we'll tell you a bit about the vision of Dallas Cohousing in particular, to retrofit an existing building in urban Dallas.
We have targeted property close to downtown Dallas, in the Cedars neighborhood. Room for 10-12 households!
Note: Photo shows Swan's Market, an urban cohousing project in Oakland, CA.