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Re: “How the Triangle Became Ground Zero in the Cohousing Movement

As one of the founders of Raleigh Cohousing I would like to set the record straight: The article is inaccurate in saying Raleigh Cohousing was disbanded because of a disagreement over the kind of land. After a 20-month search, NO land could be found in Wake County with sewer on or nearby that was not in a subdivision or reasonably level. Seems developers have gobbled it all up to build corporate built and managed senior housing that few can afford. Also North Street Community is an intentional community with noble values and a wonderful community but it is NOT cohousing by definition. The article also did not distinguish between intergenerational cohousing communities and senior cohousing communities of which there are none built yet in the Triangle. Village Hearth hopes to break ground in April and will be the first senior coho in the Triangle. There is one already established just outside the Triangle--Elderberry in Rougemont.

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Posted by Kayelily Middleton on 09/01/2017 at 9:18 PM

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