|Re: African American cohousing group||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Fred H. Olson (fholsoncohousing.org)|
|Date: Thu, 24 Sep 1998 08:24:04 -0500|
On Wed, 23 Sep 1998, Morales Jose wrote: > I heard about an African-American cohousing group in Chicago. Does > anybody know how to get ahold of them? > > Jose Morales > Rad Onc UCSF / Envi Onc NYU > morales [at] rorl.ucsf.edu > BoricuaNet NCPRR > jose [at] boricuanet.org Harambee Homes, an 8 unit development built largely by the residents in the Lawndale Neighborhood of Chicago that evolved toward cohousing during the development was featured in the Summer 1995 issue of the Cohousing Magazine The phone number listed for Catherine Moore (who came to the 1995 cohousing conference in Boulder) is 312-522-1500. Partners in the project were developer Peter Bigelow and Lawndale Community Church at 3825 Ogden Av. I would be very interested in an update about Harambee homes. Cohousing Magazine subscriptions are $30 per year. Write: The Cohousing Network, 1460 Quince Ave. #102, Boulder, CO 80304 Hal Mead of the Chicago Cohousing Network, H-MEAD [at] NWU.EDU, who subscribes to this list wrote that article. Hal, any chance of an update? Fred -- Fred H. Olson fholson [at] cohousing.org Minneapolis,MN 55411 (612)588-9532 Amateur radio: WB0YQM List manager of: Cohousing-L See www.cohousing.org and nbhd-tc the Twin Cities Neighborhood issues list. See www.freenet.msp.mn.us
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