last nail has been hammered. The paint is dry. The lights are on. The
moving van fades away in the distance. You've moved in. Surrounded by
mountains of cardboard boxes, newspapers, cleaning supplies and pizza
crusts, a frightening thought crosses your mind: am I ready to live in
as important as building the bricks and mortar of your new community,
is building the personal and working relationships among the people who
will now be neighbors.
views the development and construction timeline as a fertile training
ground in which the future residents can:
and enhance community living skills;
meeting management and decision-making abilities and use conflict constructively;
how to manage the completed facility more effectively;
the community built with greater ease and less stress by drawing on
the experience of 's
professionals who specialize in cohousing and group development.
emphasizes community building work along with the group's input into the
design of the physical community. You benefit from the lessons learned
and best practices identified through our abundant experience and expertise:
Ann Zabaldo's 15 years as a cohousing
founder, member, and entrepreneur. We're happy to speak with you anytime
about what we do and how we do it!