|Re: Community size and number of units||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Craig Ragland (craigraglandgmail.com)|
|Date: Fri, 16 May 2008 12:37:26 -0700 (PDT)|
Hi Cora, I just saw the first cut of a brand new 2008 Cohousing Census currently being prepared by Coho/US Research Director, Betsy Morris, Ph.D. It addresses at least some of what you ask... though not questions of happiness. We'll be sharing results of this analysis for the first time at the 2008 Natl Cohousing Conference (probably along with the John Abrams keynote on Friday night - but possibly at the Sat morning Plenary). After the Conference, we will most likely publish a high-level summary in the Public portion of the Cohousing Website and the data itself in the new Research Room of the new Members Area... Coho/US is also (formally) announcing the new Members Area at the Conference. It will launch with just a few rooms, but we'll be soliciting folks at the Conference to help us open new Rooms. Craig On Wed, May 14, 2008 at 12:39 PM, Cora Roelofs <corar2000 [at] netzero.net> wrote: > > I have a couple of questions related to community density and > functionality/hapiness: > 1) has anyone done the following analysis on the Directories list: number > of members of each community/community's number of units broken down by > rural, suburban, urban? (What are the range and average densities of > cohousing communities and does this vary in a predictable way, say by > location?) > 2) evaluation of the "18-36 units per community is best" "rule". > 2a) Does number of people living there, number of kids, etc. influence > the "truth" of this rule? > Thanks. > Cora > Stony Brook Cohousing, forming in Boston > > -- > Craig Ragland > > Coho/US executive director > http://www.cohousing.org > craig [at] cohousing.org > > Please try email first, include your phone number (w/time zone) - or give > me a call: 425-487-3550 (Pacific)... communicate!
- Community size and number of units Cora Roelofs, May 14 2008
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