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Hi, I'll be moving to the Bay Area in 3-6 months to start a job at a philanthropic foundation. I've been really interested in cohousing/living within a community for several years — my apartment in Boston I live in with my girlfriend is nice, but I don't know my neighbors and I have to schedule time to see my friends whenever I want to see them.Does anyone know of any places that might have vacancies in the Berkeley/Oakland area?Many thanks.
Relocating, end of July early Aug 2020, from NM with my daughter who is a doctoral student at UCB in biology. We would prefer an IC to apartment situation but are having difficulty finding information. I'd greatly appreciate any leads or suggestions. firstname.lastname@example.org~
My co-op in San Francisco's Mission District is looking for a non-male member to join our community! We are a group of nine curious, active friends. We value shared meals, friendships, and experiences. We have vegetarian community dinner at least three nights/week, and monthly events to discuss and learn about social or political issues. Our house, a large victorian, has 10 rooms, with a price range of ~$1400 to ~1600. We have an opening starting in July, and you can apply to the house at the link below. We look forward to getting to know you!https://docs.google.com/…/1AjUYpx0wi7TtDSgJAH7xgnwN5-E…/edit
ahoy! my name is Gadget and i am seeking an intentional community to share my living space with. some interests include shared food, self sufficiency, creating, growing, communication, art, earth, sharing, playing, learning, active, explorers, curiosity, nature, music, healthy mind & body... hoping to connect in a real tangible way. i have time to find the kinnective people i so seek. this is the first step, reaching out so here i am, ready to be me.
Hi. I just finished an immersive in UX design, after which I was supposed to move to Portland and then leave the country. Travel restrictions and closed borders are forcing me to stay here for another month or so. I don't have enough savings to do that and I can't work because of my visa, also covid19. I really need a place, as my current housing situation is no longer going to be available. Please let me know. Budget <800. Anywhere is fine.
Looking for some people that have space for me and my 2 year old child asap my budget is 1200 max and in the east bay would help as well
Hello Future Cohousers, West Sacramento's newest community is one block from the river, with great walking and biking paths. Washington Commons is building a modern, 3 story condo/flat with common areas in this up and coming neighborhood. Join us for an event this month. Check us out at https://www.washington-commons.org/
I am relocating to Bay Area and I would like to live in a queer, Intergenerational, family-friendly community. I have a 7 yr old :)
create co-housing in mid to North Berkeley with a few other households (can jointly rent or share my property or even buy, I'm flexible)
Berkeley Moshav has a site! The city's 2nd cohousing neighborhood will be @ Ohmega Salvage lot, San Pablo @ Channing. 3-4 years to move in.