|Commercial Spaces included in Cohousing Footprint||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: WmlP (WmlPaol.com)|
|Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2006 11:20:44 -0800 (PST)|
Hello All- One more voice in the wilderness seeking wisdom from the larger community. Eugene Downtown Cohousing in Eugene, OR is an urban development soon (hopefully) to begin construction. It will be a three story flat/townhouse complex on a quarter city block. The street side of the ground floor will include several spaces that the developer hopes to sell, rather than lease, as commercial spaces (they would not be suitable for residential units). The second and third floors will be the residential units. The developer will be a residential unit owner/occupier. Our question is how to structure the bylaws regarding the commercial spaces once they have been sold to commercial entities. They will not be members of the residential Condo/HOA. Reserve fund assessments and insurance are two issues that come to mind. Any experience/advice/counsel would be greatly appreciated. Cheers, Lew Powell wmlp [at] aol.com Finance Committee Eugene Downtown Cohousing www.eugenecohousing.org
Commercial Spaces included in Cohousing Footprint WmlP, January 12 2006
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