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  • Heddlestone Village

    Location: Nelson
    Status: Completed
    Number of Homes: 24
    Common House: 5000 sq. feet
    Cohousing Consultant: Chuck Durrett and Katie McCammant

    Heddlestone Village is a multigeneratonal cohousing community near Nelson, BC. Our 24 households include 28 children, their parents and in some cases their grandparents. Our community is enriched by having residents from many parts of the world. The community includes 12 duplexes situated on a sunny and spacious shelf with a view down the lake towards Nelson. It is subdivided as a strata and includes the collective use of a 5000 sq/f common house with a communal kitchen, where six meals a week are shared in the dinning room. The common house also includes a children’s play room, a teen room, two guest rooms, a library lounge, and a recreation room. There is also 24 acres of ample outdoor space to run free.

  • Wolf Willow Cohousing

    Location: Saskatoon, SK
    Status: Completed
    Number of Homes: 21
    Common House: 4500 sq. ft.
    Cohousing Consultant: CDC cohousing development consulting www.cohousingconsulting.ca

    We have created a wonderful community for older adults on the edge of Saskatoon’s revitalized cultural core that is within walking/biking distance of most of our needs (completed Dec 2012). A charming bike and pedestrian trail runs the length of our street and connects with the riverside trail system. We have two homes available for sale. Individuals or couples interested in our project are invited to contact us.

  • Terra Firma Cohousing

    Location: Ottawa, ON

    Terra Firma is a small cohousing project located in the centre of the city and close to the Rideau Canal. In 1997 we bought and subsequently renovated two three-door townhouses. We have since built an infill between the two buildings which houses a seventh residential unit and our common space, which is used to host a great variety of events and activities, in addition to dinners. A solar hot water installation provides heat and hot water to the common space and three units, and hot water to an additional unit. From the common space we have also created a lovely walkout area that contains a hot tub. Our large common yard has many shared amenities (play structures, treehouse, gardens, quiet sitting area, bicycle and storage sheds, composting bins, wood pile). Adjacent neighbours join us twice a week to eat. It’s a great place to live!

  • WindSong

    Location: Langley, BC
    Status: Completed
    Number of Homes: 34
    Common House: 5000 sq. ft.
    Cohousing Consultant: Chris ScottHanson 206-601-7802 cscotthanson@mac.com

    Environmental award winning townhome development with glass enclosed pedestrian street. Nestled on a 6 acre site with organic community gardens and 4 acres of natural reserve traversed by a creek. We opened our doors in July, 1996. Visitors welcome. Call to arrange for a tour.

  • Vancouver Cohousing

    Location: Vancouver, B.C.
    Number of Homes: 31
    Common House: 6200 sq. ft.
    Cohousing Consultant: Charles Durrett of McCamant and Durrett Architects www.maccamant-durrett.com

    Vancouver, cohousing opened in late Feb 2016. This is a site in an old traditional neighbourhood, walkable to a vibrant commercial center with coffee shops, preschools, and amenities. We have a mixed community of 31 units with many young children, parents, seniors and single folks. There has been a great deal of interest and we have a substantial waiting list for units. The building sold out well before move in date.

  • Roberts Creek Cohousing

    Location: Roberts Creek, B.C.
    Status: Completed
    Number of Homes: 31
    Common House: 2840 sq. ft.
    Cohousing Consultant: CDC cohousing development consulting www.cohousingconsulting.ca

    The homes were occupied in 2004, with the last households having moved in by mid-December. This semi-rural community is within walking distance of amenities and includes a mix of detached and attached housing on 20 acres with a common house, shared work spaces, gardens, creek, etc. For more information check our website.

  • Quayside Village

    Location: North Vancouver, BC
    Status: Completed
    Number of Homes: 19
    Common House: 2600 sq. ft.
    Cohousing Consultant: CDC cohousing development consulting www.cohousingconsulting.ca

    Award winning apartment/townhome condominum located in a vibrant urban area across the inlet from Vancouver. Completed August, 1998. The stained glass windows, wood doors and oak floors from the homes that were originally on the site were recycled and included in the design and the building has a state-of-the-art greywater recycling system. Homes have panoramic views of the North Shore mountains, the skyline of downtown Vancouver & Burrard Inlet.

  • Pacific Gardens

    Location: Nanaimo, BC
    Status: Completed
    Number of Homes: 25
    Common House: 8000 sq. ft.
    Cohousing Consultant: none

    Pacific Gardens is located on 4.37 acres of former farmland, with extensive green space, a pond, and heritage apple trees.  The property is close to a park along the salmon-bearing Chase River, with wonderful views of Mount Benson.  Even though we’re five minutes from downtown, you’d never know it – it feels like you’re living in the middle of a forest. We’re within walking distance of two elementary schools and a high school, and close to Vancouver Island University and a sports complex with a pool, ice arena, and playing fields. A special feature of Pacific Gardens is our glass-ceilinged inner atrium, a covered pedestrian street that connects all units to the Common House, which has a children’s play room, as well as a large kitchen with two fridges, two stoves and a commercial dishwasher, a dining/events room, a conversation lounge, a soundproof music room, and rooms for crafts, woodworking, and exercise – plus two guest rooms for when you come to visit us! We also have organic gardens, both individual and communal. If you love to garden or just enjoy being around gardens and parks this is the place for you!

  • Middle Road Community

    Location: Nelson, B.C.
    Status: Completed
    Number of Homes: 11
    Common House: 4000 sq. ft.
    Cohousing Consultant: None

    Completed in 1996 with owner-built homes and a Common House on 50 acres above Kootenay Lake. Households own their own lots plus equal share in approximately 25 commonly held acres. The Common House is a renovated barn with kitchen, dining space, guest room, office and children’s play areas, and a newly added fitness centre. We share 2 meals per week in the common house. Read their brochure!

  • Harbourside

    Location: Sooke, BC
    Status: Completed
    Number of Homes: 31
    Common House: 3900 sq. ft.
    Cohousing Consultant: CDC cohousing development consulting

    Harbourside’s waterfront location in downtown Sooke includes a beautiful resort building that will be adapted to reuse as a Common House, and a commercial wharf offering moorage to residents’ boats. Our mandate is to build a neighbourhood of strata-titled housing for seniors that is affordable, environmentally friendly, and socially/culturally supportive, allowing people to flourish through mutual support as they age in place and in community.

  • Creekside Commons

    Location: Courtenay, B.C.
    Status: Completed
    Number of Homes: 36
    Common House: 3500 sq. ft.
    Cohousing Consultant: CDC cohousing development consulting

    Completed summer 2007, our 2-5 bedroom duplex homes are clustered in three neighbourhoods radiating from our timber-beamed common house, green-roofed workshop and peripheral parking area. The land is gently sloped and bright, with developing gardens, orchards, children’s play areas, paths and ponds. These commons are accessible and naturally landscaped for use by our whole multi-generational community. Creekside Commons has also placed paths through an adjacent 4-acre park with a footbridge across Piercy Creek giving access to downtown. Respect for the natural environment has been a priority for all development decisions.

  • Cranberry Commons Cohousing

    Location: Burnaby, BC
    Status: Completed
    Number of Homes: 22
    Common House: 3400 sq. ft.
    Cohousing Consultant: CDC cohousing development consulting

    A mix of townhouses and apartments arranged around a courtyard in a vibrant urban neighbourhood, a half hour bus ride from downtown Vancouver. We have incorporated many environmentally sustainable and technology features into our design. Construction was completed in October 2001. We are a community of young and old, families & singles.

  • Belterra Cohousing

    Location: Bowen Island, BC
    Status: Completed
    Number of Homes: 30
    Common House: 3350 sq. ft.
    Cohousing Consultant: CDC cohousing development consulting http://www.cohousingconsulting.ca

    Belterra is a beautiful property within a 15 minute walk of the village of Snug Cove on Bowen Island (a 20 minute ferry ride from West Vancouver). The site has sloping open meadows, forested areas, steeper rocky bluffs with exceptional ocean and mountain views and a year round creek. Our goal is to create an affordable eco-village while preserving the natural features of the land.

  • Prairie Sky Cohousing Cooperative

    Location: Calgary, Alberta
    Status: COMPLETED
    Number of Homes: 18
    Common House: 3200 sq. ft.

    Our group is incorporated as an equity cooperative under Alberta’s new cooperatives legislation. Our project consists of apartments, townhouses, and a common house that surround a central courtyard with community gardens and a children’s play area on a ¾ acre inner city site. The common house contains a kitchen, dining room, lounge, children’s play room, teen room, laundry, guest room, office, studio, workshop, and storage. Parking is underground. Construction was completed in spring of 2003.

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