Re: Truly affordable cohousing
From: balaji (
Date: Mon, 12 May 2008 00:26:12 -0700 (PDT)
The Utah Valley Commons, a cohousing group in formation, subscribes to the
philosophy you describe.  You are welcome to join our discussion on Yahoo
or vist our website (  We have many of the same
questions you do, and are actively seeking solutions.  Our plan is for a
community of no more than 35 households, surrounded by land sufficient for
organic gardening and/or CSA.  We intend to be within commuting distance
of Provo (south of Salt Lake City.)

Thanks for your input on the issue of affordability.

Charles Nuckolls
Utah Valley Commons

> At 7:33 PM -0400 5/10/08, Sharon Villines wrote:
>>Low cost
>>cohousing has been a dream of many people for a long time. If a model
>>could be created, there would be great demand. And I'm sure there
>>would be a lot of help on this list.
> Can you share some ideas about how to find potential members for this
> type of project? I know there are others out there like me -- a few
> on this list in different geographical areas.
> Personally, I haven't connected face-to-face with anyone over the
> past 4 years who wanted to get into cohousing, let alone low-cost
> projects. Perhaps list members and others in existing projects will
> know some people who would be interested?
> --
> Cheers!
> Marganne
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