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Community Living 3: Co-Living, Collectives, Cooperatives

CO-LIVING Our first introduction to fostering relationships with our co-inhabitants is often with our family, siblings parents, then friends and roomates as we grow. The Home is the original intentional community.  We Co-Live with our parents and brothers and sisters, and sometimes extended family and we learn to navigate our personal spheres and they interact

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Community Living 2: Intentional Communities and Ecovillages

INTENTIONAL COMMUNITIES: “A group of people who live together or share common facilities and who regularly associate with each other on the basis of explicit common values.” – Foundation for Intentional Communities Whereas the intent of an intentional community can vary, the binding thread is common values. An intentional community can be any planned community designed from inception to

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The Roost – A New Affordable Urban Co-Living Community

Introducing-The Roost – 901 Hiawatha Pl S, By David Neiman (See here to apply)   Cedar frond entry mural by Urban Atrworks The Roost is an innovative new micro housing development designed from the ground up as affordable market rate housing aimed at supporting and strengthening Seattle’s arts community.  As part of our launch, we are doing

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Eva Otto speaks on Emerging Solutions to the Northwest Housing Crisis

Eva Otto speaks on Emerging Solutions to the Northwest Housing Crisis Wednesday February 28th 6:30pm Phinney Neighborhood Association (Lower Brick Building) As more than 1000 people are arriving to the Seattle metro area each week seeking gainful employment and the northwest lifestyle, more and more middle and lower income residents find themselves being economically stressed

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