Re: Looking for Tiny house/ small house Co Housing communities
From: Elizabeth Magill (
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2019 07:08:04 -0700 (PDT)
I hope you will look into the fair housing laws concerning
discrimination against families with children. When I worked at a
newspaper that had been found guilty of discrimination we were
prohibited from saying "small families". (Unless the housing was
limited to people over 55.)

Of course, in today's day and age, you are unlikely to be prosecuted,
but it still seems like a good value to not discriminate against
larger families...
I didn't follow your link so I don't know where you are in the design
stage, so perhaps the decision is finalized concerning whether you
will discriminate, but I in advertising the language is still

I sold my Maryland 2BR duplex (525 sf) to a family of six. The four
kids sleep in the MBR and the parents in the 8'x9' BR.


On Mon, Sep 16, 2019 at 9:51 AM Alan O'Hashi via Cohousing-L
<cohousing-l [at]> wrote:
>  Here's one I'm helping to organize in Boulder, CO:
> Co-Living Community
> If you mostly rely on your bike, your feet, or the bus to get around and 
> looking to be on the leading edge of innovative community living, this is the 
> housing alternative for you.
> 20 condos 500 to 900 sq ft
> 24 Coop apartments
> Cleverly-designed for individuals and small families.
> Shared common areas, co-working spaces.
> Choose your level of community involvement and privacy balance.
> Thx,
> Alan O
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