Re: which groups are co-ops?
From: Judy Baxter (
Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2006 08:45:06 -0800 (PST)
Hi Lynn-
Monterey Cohousing Community in Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN
is a coop, a condo, and a master association that ties them together.
The coop came first, w/ the purchase of the building and property, and
was the development entity (I think that's right?) 

I think it is  unlikely that anyone else has  such a set up, and
suspect that our documents may not be the best to look at.
Judy Baxter, Monterey Cohousing Community,(MoCoCo) Twin Cities Area, Mpls.,MN
-- e-mail:      baxter [at]
15 homes - 7 new townhomes plus 
        8 coop apartments       in the Mansion (a rehab Georgian building)
(built as a retirement home in 1924 -) which also serves as our Common House
coops moved in in 1993, townhomes in 1996
 Voice Mail for Monterey Cohousing - 952-930-7554
 web page: 

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Please chime in here to identify your cohousing, ecovillage, or other 
intentional-community group, if you are a co-op (far enough along to have 
legal documents - bylaws and the equivalent of CC&Rs etc). This may be 
useful info for future list searchers. 

I'll then get in touch with you off list, to discuss your willingness to 
share documents or advice. I need to learn anything that makes co-op 
documents different from the ones I've already worked with. 

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