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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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Home Buyers Happy Hour + Workshop

Looking to Buy? Home Buyers Happy Hour + Workshop Join us at our office in Fremont for a free community Home Buyers Happy Hour + Workshop! September 19th 5:30-8:00 Learn about financing options and how to pick an agent. We will discuss various and “outside the box” housing options available in today’s housing market. Easy climate change

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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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Meet the New Faces of Green: A Family-Owned Business Sprouts Up Right in Our Backyard

by Eva Otto and Eric Thomas “We are passionate about the environment, conservation, design, and sustainable building,” says Tyler Reith as he leads us through the recently expanded showroom of Greenhome Solutions, Seattle’s locally owned green building supply store, located just south of the Ballard Bridge. Judging by the neat racks of sustainable flooring samples,

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SAVE THE DATE NOV 12th! Finding the Balance: Restorative Development and Regenerative Design

Join leading women in the green building profession to discuss how technology, innovation, and shifts in values are reshaping the framework of sustainability. Explore how regenerative design is moving us beyond sustainable development and towards a restorative paradigm of development that is inclusive of the woman’s perspective. Join us for a tour of the Bullitt

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Homeowners Willing To Pay More for Walkability

Infiniti Real Estate & Development’s Broker Eva Otto joins the discussion on the monetary value of Walkability in Jeff Speck’s new book “Walkable City.” This excerpt is taken from Jeff Speck’s book “Walkable City.” “Christopher Leinberger was once the owner of Robert Charles Lesser & Co., the largest real estate advisory firm in the United

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Announcing The New Paradigm Series from Method Homes is Now Available!

 Method Home’s newest prefab design by Bogue Trondowshi Architects will be unveiled this November at the USGBC Greenbuild conference in San Francisco. The Paradigm prototype is the first of it’s kind, achieving the highest standards in green building and coming fully loaded with a modern package of luxury furnishings, energy-efficient technologies, and high-tech features. In

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