What is cohousing?
"Cohousing communities consist of private, fully-equipped dwellings and extensive common amenities, including a common house and recreation areas. The common house is the very heart of a cohousing community. It provides a place for community activities such as common dinners, and numerous other organized formal and informal activities. Residents are involved early in the design and development phases so the community reflects their priorities. Residents live in a close-knit neighborhood, with a healthy blend of privacy and community." - CoHousing Solutions
The Cohousing Handbook by Chris Scott Hanson and Kelly Scott Hanson
State-Of-The-Art Cohousing, Lessons Learned from Quimper Village by Alexandria Levitt & Charles Durrett
Moving Beyond Place: Aging in Community by William H. Thomas & Janice M. Blanchard
Senior Cohousing May Be the Next Real-Estate Trend by Ryan Holeywell