Re: interesting in connecting with others who might be dreaming of creating co-housing in Harlem or Brooklyn, NYC
From: Joan Sidney (
Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2017 13:04:25 -0800 (PST)
I wish there were a co-housing community in Storrs. What's the latest in

On Wed, Dec 27, 2017 at 8:11 AM, Dick Margulis <dick [at]> wrote:

> Dan,
> There have been some attempts in New York City that have not been able to
> overcome the obvious hurdles. Our developing community in Bethany CT
> (outside of New Haven) has attracted members from Brooklyn (a couple of
> them veterans of one such effort) and Manhattan. Many people in New Haven
> already commute to the city every day via Metro North. So it seems we might
> be the closest and most convenient to New York. We'll be starting
> construction soon. Maybe you'll consider joining the Rocky Corner community.
> Dick Margulis
> Rocky Corner cohousing
> Bethany CT
> On 12/26/2017 1:44 PM, Dan Simon wrote:
>> Hi,
>>       I was just checking out different pages on the cohousing website and
>> notice there are no existing cohousing communities in the NYC area. I'd
>> love to connect with others interested in connecting with people who would
>> like to create cohousing in Harlem or other NYC communities. Thanks in
>> advance, Dan
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Body of Diminishing Motion
<> (CavanKerry), Eric
Hoffer Legacy Finalist 2015
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University of Connecticut Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish

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