|Re: Vertical cohousing in the city||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: DHCano (DHCanoaol.com)|
|Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 10:23:39 -0600|
Third, some shared outdoor space -- if there's any on the ground floor, make it into a common patio or container garden, if not (and maybe even if so), a roof garden. In a message dated 99-01-13 03:44:17 EST, jeblank [at] ic.org writes: >I've often imagined an urban cohousing community made in an urban apartment >building, but there would be two absolute requirements in my opinion. > >One is that the common house be on the ground floor, perhaps made out of >lobby space plus one or two units with one kitchen and all but bearing >walls removed and rearranged to suit uses decided on by the group. >The second thing would be to find a way, if possible of opening up the >individual apartments onto the elevator lobby or corridor.
- Vertical cohousing in the city Joani Blank, January 13 1999
- Re: Vertical cohousing in the city Tim Behrend, January 13 1999
- Re: Vertical cohousing in the city Jeff Hobson, January 17 1999
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