|Communities in San Diego or Pittsburgh?||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Maren Leyla Cooke (marenbloom.harvard.edu)|
|Date: Sun, 20 Feb 2000 20:25:25 -0700 (MST)|
Hi. We (my spouse Neil, myself, and our toddler daughter) are likely to be relocating soon (a year or so from now) to one of a few places, possibilities which include San Diego/La Jolla and Pittsburgh. We've lived in a big co-op house near Boston for many years, and have both had a longstanding interest in cohousing -- but because of academic careers have been insufficiently settled up 'till now to join one of the groups around here. As we anticipate this move, we are eager to continue living in community and think that coho would be the ideal option for us. The potential for community will be an important factor in our decision, along with the academic/research opportunities, once all the faculty-job offers are on the table (which will be soon!). However, we have not been able to find any coho (or other) communities, at any stage of completion, in either the San Diego/La Jolla area (defined as within commuting distance -- preferably public transportation or bike -- to UCSD and Scripps), or Pittsburgh (likewise accessible to Carnegie-Mellon). I don't know much about either locale yet, unfortunately, but my web-searches for communities in both regions have come up dry so far. (Outside of Boston is also a possibility, but as we already live in the area we're in better touch with the communities.) Does anybody know of any cohousing, or other more or less intentional communities, or forming groups, in either of these areas? Any leads would be greatly appreciated!! -- Maren, Neil, & Kielan Teal Co-op, Somerville, MA maren [at] huarp.harvard.edu
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