New Small Urban cohousing in downtown Tucson. One member couple on board, looking for new diverse members to develop true consensus and egalitarian governance in a great setting. Please let your members know about us as they consider a move out west, small families, or as they become single or as their children grow and leave the home. This place is really for the creative. It is soulful and its 'presence' is not ordinary.
A total of 5 (maybe 6) members - couple - family groups. 1 and 2 bdrms in about 1000SF and up. We are the first committed members. We are a metal artist/designer/builder and restaurateur...in a neighborhood filled with artists, activism and innovators. We would like help redefining ourselves (adding new systems, IE water harvest, grey water recapture, more..)and creating a strong cohousing community within this great historic neighborhood.
The structure is a 1915 historic rooming house renovated with all new gas, electric, plumbing and HVAC. these systems were put in when converted to community housing in 1993. Community features: commercial kitchen, verandas, gazebo, garden, composting, washer/dryer, hot H2O, and more as the group decides.
Armory Park is the most involved and active neighborhood in Tucson, where people actually walk and converse along the streets; are active in local causes; walk to performances, dinner and cafés. Life is good here. Membership starts at $275,000 and up, for modern interiors of this solid historic structure by territorial architect, Henry Trost. Documents are to be drawn up by the first three members/families.
Immediate occupancy available even temporary, out-of-the-box agreements.
Status: new, seasoned
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